Bonner School was the scene of mock school violence on Tuesday as Missoula Police, Sheriff, teachers, administrators and hospital personnel took part in training from The Safariland Group out of Ontario, California.
Superintendent Alex Apostle said this week, that the three committees tasked with coming up with ideas and suggestions on how to enhance school safety in Missoula schools are making excellent progress after two meetings
Tuesday evening at the Missoula County Schools business building, a group of teachers, administrators, trustees and law enforcement personnel heard a presentation on 'Active Response' by Captain Rob Taylor of the county sheriff's department.
How victims respond in the first few minutes of a school attack can make the difference between life and death, according to a New York Times article that will be shared at Tuesday night's school safety public meeting.
In a wide ranging interview on Friday primarily focusing on gun control and public safety, Missoula County Sheriff Carl Ibsen said he would uphold the state and the U.S. Constitutions in protecting citizens' rights.
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