ALLIANCE, Ohio - On Wednesday, officers with the Alliance Police Department will engage in a single officer response to active shooter training.
Officers posted on the department's
Facebook page that the training will differ from previous sessions that previously emphasized using multiple officers when responding to active shooter scenarios.
Officers said this training is just one more way they are increasing efforts to keep both the community and students safe.
On Jan. 17, Alliance officers teamed with other agencies to help facilitate an active shooter training put on by Attorney General Mike Dewine's Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy in Columbus for school staff and instructors.