Police organize active shooter training in schools | New


While parents are busy shopping for back-to-school supplies and clothing for children who will soon be heading back to school, officers from the Georgetown Police Department have been conducting active shooter training at Scott County schools.

A hallway at Great Crossing High School was filled with smoke and shotgun shells last week as officers went through a number of different scenarios that tested their concentration and sharpened their abilities. Although no real danger was present, it was important to make the training as realistic as possible so that officers would be prepared if similar incidents were to occur in the future, said DPG Deputy Chief Darin Allgood.


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