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Old September 8, 2014, 08:45 PM   #32
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Are we still talking about Active Shooter drills and training? If so, I've been involved in countless training scenarios. Not once, were uninformed players involved. Everyone involved knew exactly what was going on, in order to avoid any kind of misunderstanding or injuries.

And yes, there's a HUGE difference between a hostage situation and an active shooter situation. I'm a certified Hostage Negotiator, and have been for years. No way that you should mistake one for the other. Whole different set of dynamics involved, as well as time frames, obviously.

Back to my first paragraph. If someone was not informed of an active shooter training situation, someone made a big mistake. To even make such a basic mistake, speaks volumes of the organization hosting it.

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