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Active Shooter Training Exercise to Take Place at Piner High School in Santa Rosa

Active Shooter Training Exercise to Take Place at Piner High School in Santa Rosa

An active shooter training exercise is scheduled for today at Piner High School in Santa Rosa from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Santa Rosa police said. According to Sgt. Robert Reynolds, today’s exercise follows last week’s training exercise at the high school, which was productive.

“This second exercise will give us the opportunity to rotate even more staff through the scenarios,” Reynolds said. The training participants include the Santa Rosa Police and Fire departments, American Medical Response, Santa Rosa Junior College District Police Department, California Highway Patrol and Santa Rosa City Schools District.

Piner High School again will be off limits to anyone not participating in the training exercise. Nearby residents may see ambulances, fire engines and police cars and hear screaming, simulated gunfire and explosions and other noises, police said.

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