Active Shooter Training for Ludington Teachers and Law Enforcement

Active Shooter Training for Ludington Teachers and Law Enforcement

Ludington High School- Ludington, MI

“We send our kids off to school for six eight hours a day, and we trust that the teachers and the faculty’s protecting our kids. We need to provide them, you know, with the training to successfully do that,” Mason County Sheriff Kim Cole said.  Mason County law enforcement says the old school approach to lock-downs was withholding information and keeping kids silent. “It’s kind of a change in a mindset,” Active Shooter Trainer Tony Custer said. “We used to think we could put kids in a corner and we could keep them safe, and that’s not realistic.” Local teachers and Mason County law enforcement participated in ALICE training to learn what to do in the case of an active shooter. Read more

March 13th, 2015|