(Flat Lick, Ky.) – In the wake of the recent school violence, and after a strong demand from area schools, the Kentucky State Police (KSP) , with input from school administrators across the state, have developed a program aimed at helping all schools respond effectively during an active shooting incident.
KSP provides a three-hour block of job specific training for school personnel designed to give options for consideration when facing an active shooter. Training consists of classroom instruction along with the opportunity to take part in realistic scenarios to build confidence to survive an active shooting event.
On February 3, 2016 Flat Lick Elementary in Knox County participated in the Safe School Active Shooter training. Troopers from Post 10 would like to thank all the staff for providing food and for being very active participates.
Any school that wishes to participate in the training can contact Lt. Randy Surber at Post 10 Harlan at 606-573-3131.