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Police learn military combat techniques to fight off active shooters

May 1, 2018

Local police departments are turning to private training organizations that specialize in military combat techniques, as they prepare to possibly face an active shooter. Nearly 20 years since the Columbine High School shooting, the annual rate of active shooter attacks in the United States has tripled, with mass shootings like the ones in Las Vegas, Parkland, Florida, and Sutherland Springs, Texas, claiming more victims than ever before.

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