Multiple agencies, including CDCR Crisis Response Teams, coordinated efforts to train for an active shooter. Hosted by Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, the training was held at Palo Verde High School in Blythe on August 5.
The Colorado Riverside station, along with regional law enforcement, are dedicated to the safety of the community. Above all, the children in our schools deserve the highest level of protection we can provide.
Ironwood and Chuckwalla Valley State Prison’s Crisis Response Team participated as role players in the active shooter exercise. The school district and agency partners learned valuable lessons to use in responding to an active shooter situation, according to organizers.
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