Maryland Fire, Police and EMS Conduct Active Shooter Drill

BELTSVILLE, Md. (WJLA) - First, just three officers respond. Then, another cruiser arrives. Then, an army of police, weighed by their rifles and swat gear, storm a local high school under attack. “These things are evolving and dynamic,” says Major Mark Person of the Prince George’s County Police Department. “In most active shooter situations, there are less than two or three officers that have to go in that building initially.”

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