DUBLIN — Students and staff at Dublin High School practiced intruder training Thursday in partnership with the city’s police department. This is an extension of past safety drills across the school district, including earthquake and fire preparedness.
coming in a few days Execution-style murder in Dublin spurred manhunt For the Alameda County Sheriff’s Department lieutenant, a suspect in the shooting, school officials reminded students of the importance of educating students and staff and how to respond in the event of a crisis on campus. emphasized.
Principal Maureen Byrne of Dublin High School said in a statement: “The purpose of this training is to educate students and staff on how to create the safest possible environment in an emergency.
“In preparation for this exercise, students will review concepts related to escape/hide/defend strategies used in school districts across the country before practicing hide-and-seek and barricade techniques. I would like to thank our staff and the Dublin Police for all their efforts in organizing this training for our school,” she continued.
Dublin Unified School District officials are working with law enforcement to ensure that in the event of a shooting or other emergency on a school campus, the appropriate agencies are familiar with school procedures and campus layout and have access He says he is making it possible.
The district’s annual drill was previously undertaken by the FBI and the Alameda County Fire Department in partnership with the Dublin Police Department.
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