Durango schools look to enhance emergency drills

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Durango schools look to enhance emergency drills

Snowberger, law enforcement officials seek more frequent cross-training sessions
Officers enter Sunnyside Elementary School at the beginning of training exercises held on July 29, 2014, to mimic a school shooting. Durango School Superintendent Dan Snowberger met with top law enforcement personnel last week to discuss ways to improve emergency training held at schools.
Kari Tillotson, a volunteer victim, grabs a Durango Police officer during a training exercise held July 29, 2014, that involved area law enforcement, school officials and other emergency responders at Sunnyside Elementary School. Durango school officials are looking at ways to hold more frequent emergency training sessions with local law officers that don’t require the daunting planning that goes into full scale drills like this 2014 training exercise.
Denver Police Department School Resource Officer Leonard Martinez listens to Kathy Morris, regional Safe Schools coordinator at San Juan BOCES, during a Parent Safety training meeting held Feb. 13, 2013, at Riverview Elementary School. Durango school officials are looking at ways to hold more frequent emergency training sessions with local law officers that don’t require the daunting planning required for a full-scale drill like this one.

Durango schools look to enhance emergency drills

Officers enter Sunnyside Elementary School at the beginning of training exercises held on July 29, 2014, to mimic a school shooting. Durango School Superintendent Dan Snowberger met with top law enforcement personnel last week to discuss ways to improve emergency training held at schools.
Kari Tillotson, a volunteer victim, grabs a Durango Police officer during a training exercise held July 29, 2014, that involved area law enforcement, school officials and other emergency responders at Sunnyside Elementary School. Durango school officials are looking at ways to hold more frequent emergency training sessions with local law officers that don’t require the daunting planning that goes into full scale drills like this 2014 training exercise.
Denver Police Department School Resource Officer Leonard Martinez listens to Kathy Morris, regional Safe Schools coordinator at San Juan BOCES, during a Parent Safety training meeting held Feb. 13, 2013, at Riverview Elementary School. Durango school officials are looking at ways to hold more frequent emergency training sessions with local law officers that don’t require the daunting planning required for a full-scale drill like this one.

Durango schools look to enhance emergency drills

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