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Crisis Response Team trains for active shooter

Active shooter training with law enforcement officers discussing options.
Crisis Response Team from Ironwood and Chuckawalla Valley State Prison joined other agencies for active shooter training.

The Crisis Response Team from Ironwood and Chuckawalla Valley State Prisons took part in multi-agency active shooter training on April 12.

Hosted by the Riverside County Sheriff’s Office, the training was held at an elementary school in Blythe.

Participating agencies included:

  • Riverside County Sheriff’s Department (Colorado River Station)
  • Blythe Police Department
  • La Paz County Sheriff’s Department
  • United States Border Patrol
  • California Highway Patrol
  • Bureau of Land Management
  • California Department of Forestry and Fire
  • Riverside County Search and Rescue

The CDCR team thanked everyone involved in the active shooter training.

“Their commitment to training and staying vigilant is a testament to their mission of protecting and serving our communities,” said Crisis Response Team organizers.

By Lt. H. Mora, Ironwood State Prison


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