Simulator helps Neb. cops train for real-life scenarios

The high-tech training program teaches cops how to make better decisions


Lincoln Journal Star

LANCASTER COUNTY, Neb. — Lancaster County Sheriff Terry Wagner points his gun at the suspect in the warehouse and tells him to show his hands.

"I work here," says the man, keeping one hand behind a box.

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