Crisis training at Central Florida

April 15, 2008
University wants to conduct drills twice a year to maintain preparedness

Police at the University of Central Florida in Orlando spent most of the day Monday practicing how they would react to a crisis on campus. The university's goal is to have such training twice a year, a necessity now that the mass shootings at Virginia Tech a year ago Wednesday and Northern Illinois University in February have forced colleges and universities across the country to find ways to make campuses safer.

Click here to read The Orlando Sentinel article.

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