Calif. university police prepare for active shooter situations
By Barbara Arrigoni
The Chico Enterprise-Record
WILLOWS, Calif. — With weapons drawn and ready, teams of active-duty law enforcement officers crept along the outer perimeter and quiet halls of Glenn Medical Center Tuesday morning, searching for a man posing as a gunman on the move.
The gunman was actually Chico State University Police officer Mark Snelgrove, dressed in a hooded sweatshirt and mask, enacting various scenarios local officers and deputies could encounter in a real-life threat.
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