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Area School Personnel Attend Active Shooter Training

July 8, 2014

The last week of June several members of the Triton School Corporation staff, along with staff from Culver Schools, John Glenn Schools, and Plymouth Schools attended training at Triton High School on how to respond to the presence of an active shooter at school. The A.L.I.C.E. model was presented to area educators by two police officers who are certified trainers in the method: Officer Ryan Hollopeter of the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department and Officer Zeiger of the Bourbon Police Department.
active shooter2Pictured are the two officers as they present material to the educators in attendance.
active shooter1Teacher Dawn Slein, who took on the role of the “shooter” is pictured with the weapons and with Officer Hollopeter as he instructs her in her role for the training.

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One Response to “ Area School Personnel Attend Active Shooter Training ”

  1. Thor on July 9, 2014 at 12:58 pm

    Monon, Indiana, the North White County School District (as of 1 July) allows their school officials to carry firearms. Participants are required to go through a psychological evaluation, a six hour firearms training course, a 40 hour course on crisis management and two annual training exercises.

    Why? Because is was more fiscally sound (and effective) than having a school resource officer.