Law enforcement agencies in the Hudson Valley ran through a series of scenarios recently as they conducted their annual active shooter and active violence response training.
Over the weekend, the East Fishkill Police Department announced that they had concluded their training at John Jay High School, where they ran through possible scenarios involving potential shooters or violent suspects.
Police in East Fishkill were joined by members of the Putnam County Sheriff’s Department and the Town of Kent Police Department.
On Facebook, the department issued a statement about the conclusion of the annual active shooter and violence response training.
“Special thanks to the Wappingers Central School District for allowing us to train in our local schools for the past nine years, to keep our officers trained in the most current and up-to-date tactics.”
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