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By Tim Leeds 

Law enforcement trains to handle active shooter


August 13, 2018

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Local law enforcement officers participate July 25 in Havre Middle School in training to deal with an active shooter. The three-day training session held by the U.S. Border Patrol Havre Sector included participants from Border Patrol, Havre Police Department, Hill County Sheriff's Office and Montana Highway Patrol.

Representatives of local law enforcement recently held a press conference to talk about what they are doing to prepare if something that is becoming more and more common comes to pass in Hill County - someone with a gun attacking people in a public place.

Hill County Sheriff Jamie Ross said U.S. Border Patrol Havre Sector held a training session on how agencies would react and cooperate together in case an active shooter is reported in the region.

"We just need to let the public know we're prepared, and we're willing to work together to solve whatever issue that comes up in our community...

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