Schools, Police Respond to Threats

Kenosha Unified School District- Kenosha, WI

For both districts, school administrators are grappling with the fear generated by mass shooting incidents at schools and other public places around the country. Kenosha Unified School District spokeswoman Tanya Ruder said because the call came from outside the building, school personnel did not have knowledge of the call before police arrived. Unified is moving to a new approach to training staff to handle threats like in-school shootings. The training, called ALICE — Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter and Evacuate — has for now been aimed at administrators. School staff and teachers will begin the training program in February, Kenosha Unified School District spokeswoman Tanya Ruder said.

December 8th, 2015|
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