With orange training pistols drawn, Kevin Heany, center, of the Port Royal Police Department and Joe Babkiewicz, of the Bluffton Police Department, practice entering a classroom while conducting rapid response training at Bluffton Middle School on Tuesday. The course is designed to prepare officers to isolate, distract and neutralize an active shooter such a someone killing or attempting to kill people in a confined area like a school.
With orange training pistols drawn, Kevin Heany, center, of the Port Royal Police Department and Joe Babkiewicz, of the Bluffton Police Department, practice entering a classroom while conducting rapid response training at Bluffton Middle School on Tuesday. The course is designed to prepare officers to isolate, distract and neutralize an active shooter such a someone killing or attempting to kill people in a confined area like a school. Jay Karr
With orange training pistols drawn, Kevin Heany, center, of the Port Royal Police Department and Joe Babkiewicz, of the Bluffton Police Department, practice entering a classroom while conducting rapid response training at Bluffton Middle School on Tuesday. The course is designed to prepare officers to isolate, distract and neutralize an active shooter such a someone killing or attempting to kill people in a confined area like a school. Jay Karr

Bluffton PD takes over middle school to train for rampage shooter

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