Community College of Rhode Island – Warick, Rhode Island

Eyewitness News got a rare inside look at active shooter training, in which local teachers and first responders learned to take action when there’s a shooter. Inside a classroom at the Community College of Rhode Island’s Warwick campus, a dozen or so school administrators and police work together, pushing filing cabinets and desks into a doorway. Using whatever is handy they were taught to rig the door to keep it from opening. The mock active shooter drill is part of a new training program called ALICE, or alert, lockdown, inform, counter, and evacuate. Read more