West Texas law enforcement undergoes active shooter training
Down and up and through the grass. What looks like a tedious exercise could save a life. "Trying to give guys an idea of how to deal with things outside, not necessarily on brick and mortar … sometimes it's dirt and sand," said ALERT instructor Coby Briehn. A handful of West Texas law enforcement agencies are in a weeklong active shooter training with one of the best. The Abilene Police Department is one of the agencies learning the ALERT training, which is a nationally recognized way of dealing with active shooter scenarios.
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