First Responders Learn Integrated Response For Active Shooter Events

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

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LYNN KUTTER ENTERPRISE-LEADER Hunter Carnahan, school resource officer with Greenland School District and a volunteer firefighter with Farmington Fire Department, stands guard following an active shooter training scenario at Farmington High earlier this summer. The "shooter" is dead in the classroom behind him and several people are "injured." Participants were learning about an integrated response that uses law enforcement, firefighters and other first responders.
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LYNN KUTTER ENTERPRISE-LEADER Hunter Carnahan, school resource officer with Greenland School District and a volunteer firefighter with Farmington Fire Department, stands guard following an active shooter training scenario at Farmington High earlier this summer. The "shooter" is dead in the classroom behind him and several people are "injured." Participants were learning about an integrated response that uses law enforcement, firefighters and other first responders.

FARMINGTON -- Farmington High School has been the scene for several active shooter training sessions this summer for area enforcement officers, firefighters and other first responders.


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