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Such a shame, really, that we live this way - that as nation we choose guns over children.  Alas.

The Bangor police did a training that I thought quite good, a few years ago for libraries.  Perhaps it is time to offer it again?

Elizabeth
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Subject: [MELIBS-L] Active shooter training

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Hi everyone,

Following the school shooting in Texas, I want to invest in training my
staff members on responding to an active shooter situation. Does anyone
have recommendations of trainings or other resources on this topic?

Thanks in advance,

*Diana Furukawa*
*Library Director*
*Millinocket Memorial Library*
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