OZARK, AL-- Law enforcement across the state got a history lesson in teen killers. Eight different agencies were in Ozark to learn about warning signs officers can look for and reaction techniques for dealing with a school shooter.
Don White, Slocomb Police Chief said, “Anytime a tragic situation happens, law enforcement has to look at that situation, regroup and find out what we can do better to save more lives. We will never say we can save every life. But we try to minimize the loss and tragedy rate as much as we can.”
This lecture by the Slocomb police chief was geared towards law enforcement.
But, any organization can contact their department to learn about prevention or reaction to an active shooter.
For more information call the Slocomb Police Department at: (334) 886-3777
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