DNR system for WVU police purchased with $36,000 in grant in money
The system will save time for police who drive to gun range to practice their shooting skills
Charleston Daily Mail
MORGANTOWN — The WVU Police Department will soon be able to simulate real life shoot-or-don't-shoot scenarios on-site for training purposes.
Bids were due last week for a firearms simulation system, which Chief Bob Roberts said might also be used by other local law enforcement agencies.
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