Watertown, MA

“So we are teaching, helping people understand that you can use those numbers to your advantage.  We can not guarantee that there will be no injuries, but we can potentially reduce, minimize casualties by having large numbers attack a smaller number group of attackers,” said Watertown police sergeant George Dimos. ALICE training was developed by a former SWAT officer after Columbine, mainly to help schools deal with active mass shooting incidents. And it’s been adopted in more than 300 schools.