Osage County Sheriff’s Office Conducts Active Shooter Training
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We are pleased to share that the Osage County Sheriff’s Office recently conducted a highly successful Active Shooter training exercise, working in collaboration with several outstanding agencies from our community. We would like to extend our sincere appreciation to the following agencies who participated:
– Terlton Fire Department
– Cleveland Fire
– Pawnee Fire
– Hominy Fire
– Mercy Regional
– Pawnee EMS
– Cleveland Police Department
– Osage County Sheriff’s Office
– Pawnee Police Department
Special thanks goes out to Chief Clint Stout of the Cleveland Police Department for hosting the event in his neck of the woods. It was a huge success!
This training took place on Saturday, August 5th, at Cleveland High School. The day began with informative classroom sessions in the morning, followed by exciting and realistic exercises in the afternoon, involving roleplay actors to make the experience as “Real World” as possible.
The collaborative nature of this training allowed our rural agencies to build confidence in working together, enabling them to effectively neutralize threats and provide aid to victims in a safe and efficient manner. This joint effort has truly strengthened our community’s ability to handle crisis situations.
We extend our heartfelt thanks to all the participating agencies for their dedication and commitment to the safety and well-being of our community. Together, we are stronger!
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