Oakland County Teachers Will Receive Active Shooter TrainingSubmitted by Bob-45 on Sat, 01/12/2013 - 22:50
The sheriff's office, Oakland Schools and the county's Homeland Security division will collaborate on the training program.
By Kristin Bull
January 11, 2013
Teachers and school staff in Rochester and across Oakland County will receive expert training in the next two months on how to react in an active school shooter situation.
County officials said Friday that the Oakland County Sheriff's Office and the county's Homeland Security Division will conduct five training sessions for school personnel starting in two weeks.
In addition, Sheriff Michael Bouchard will give active shooter presentations on site at various schools in the county.