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2018-05-15 / Police

Police Train for Active Shooter in Delhi


Pictured are: Rick Busch, Tom Parquez, John Shauger, Maggio Ventura, Ray Miller, Scott Yates, Thomas Sutton, Darren Smith, Keith Evans, Rich Kelly, William Scary, Eyal Saad, David Herman, Cody Rogers, Matt Miller, Thomas Plank, Cory Clark, Michael Scary, John Vantassel, Dennis Klimowski, Eric Poggoli, Jim Small and Nicholas Orso. 
Contributed Photo Pictured are: Rick Busch, Tom Parquez, John Shauger, Maggio Ventura, Ray Miller, Scott Yates, Thomas Sutton, Darren Smith, Keith Evans, Rich Kelly, William Scary, Eyal Saad, David Herman, Cody Rogers, Matt Miller, Thomas Plank, Cory Clark, Michael Scary, John Vantassel, Dennis Klimowski, Eric Poggoli, Jim Small and Nicholas Orso. Contributed Photo Twenty-five area law enforcement officers attended a 24-hour New York State Department of Criminal Justice Service approved active shooter training facilitated by the Delhi Police Department May 3 - 5. The course included classroom lectures, live fire response drills, and practical simulation drills.

The course focused on the latest active shooter incidents from around the country, new response techniques, safety equipment, tactics and proper officer response. The reality-based training kept the perspective on a rural area incident and what police response should be. De-escalation techniques and force options were covered, along with safety, legal issues and court cases.

Personnel from Cairo, Durham, Windham, Dolgeville and Delhi Police Departments attended the training along with Hamden, Fallsburg, Tusten and Roxbury constables, Delaware and Nassau County Sheriff’s Office, Department of Motor Vehicles and the New York State Racing Association.

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