University police, area law enforcement simulate active shooter situation at UT-Tyler
from Tyler Morning Telegraph
The horrific and dangerous scene is all too familiar: Shots fired, emergency responders rush to the scene to subdue a shooter but not before the suspect kills or injures others. That was the scenario simulated inside the Robert R. Muntz Library at The University of Texas at Tyler, where first responders conducted an active shooter drill. In partnership with the Tyler Police Department, Tyler Fire Rescue, ETMC and the local office of the FBI, UT-Tyler police staged the drill as a way to train employees and students on how to respond when they are faced with an active shooter situation.
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