The Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training (ALERRT) program is designed to help police officers effectively respond to "active shooter" scenarios. In Georgia, there is a full-size school building where officers practice and learn. It's a skill set that's becoming somewhat of a necessity for law enforcement workers. Since 2002, ALERRT has trained over 85,000 officers. This year, the program is expected to 30,000 more.
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