Superior Officers Hold an Active Shooter Training Day

Officers Learn Valueable Skills at an Active Shooter Training Day

Today, the Superior Fire Department and Police Department held an active shooter training.

More than 30 officers were able to meet at WITC to work on strengthening their skills.

Officers from both the police department and the fire department were able to practice moving through a building together.

They went through the building strategically finding victims.

Scott Gordon, the Superior Battalion Chief, said “We all know that this is happening a lot across the country. We hope it never happens here but those who practice ahead of time their success goes through the roof compared to those that have not.”

The victims were played by students from WITC and they had cards that told them their role in the scenario.

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