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Posted: 5/18/2018 3:27:01 PM EDT
Whose dept has been doing drills? My county has been running drills two or three days a week in the afternoon ever since the Parkland shooting. Even the state units with patrols within the county have been involved. But it's all done in this shitty 80 year old school that is basically just a single hallway. It's nothing like the rest of the schools in the county. It's the same lame scenario every time too. Rescue starts off with dispatching it as a person struck by a vehicle.
Link Posted: 5/18/2018 5:43:24 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 5/18/2018 5:43:55 PM EDT by Him]
Oops!

Not GD ........ sorry.
Link Posted: 5/21/2018 1:26:40 PM EDT
Originally Posted By USMC2671:
Whose dept has been doing drills? My county has been running drills two or three days a week in the afternoon ever since the Parkland shooting. Even the state units with patrols within the county have been involved. But it's all done in this shitty 80 year old school that is basically just a single hallway. It's nothing like the rest of the schools in the county. It's the same lame scenario every time too. Rescue starts off with dispatching it as a person struck by a vehicle.
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We started our county in about 2000. Yearly training combining officers/command from all the depts in the county since there is gonna be a bunch of depts responding to an actual event. Training rotates to a different school/gov building each year and the bulk of the officers at a county wide level go through the state police raid/entry school for additional entry and combat med training.

The same response plan is used and trained by all agencies in the county so everyone is on the same page when there is an actual incident.

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