Maine police, schools have trained for shooter scenarios
Maine law enforcement has trained for active shooter scenarios and learn from shooting incidents across the country
Bangor Daily News
WATERVILLE, Maine — In light of Friday's school shooting in Connecticut that claimed 28 lives, Maine Department of Public Safety Spokesman Stephen McCausland sought to reassure the public about the state's preparedness for such an attack.
Maine law enforcement has trained for active shooter scenarios and learn from shooting incidents across the country, McCausland said Friday.
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