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Austin cadets hone shooting, drivig skills


By Sue Banerjee
The Austin American-Stateman

AUSTIN, Texas — The police officer weaved through the streets of Austin at high speed, turning sharp corners and evading obstacles to reach and confront the suspect.

Except he wasn't an officer yet. And the six orange cones set 60 feet apart from one another at the Austin Police Department's training academy were used to teach cadets how to react to more dangerous barriers while on patrol.

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