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Kendall County Sheriff’s Office asks for volunteer role players for Active Shooter Threat Training Program

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Role players are needed for the upcoming Federal Law Enforcement Training Center’s Active Shooter Threat Training Program, hosted by the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office on August 21-24, 2018.

The Kendall County Sheriff’s Office is asking for volunteer role players to participate on the fourth day, the 24th, as wounded victims, suspects or suspects engaging in the active threat.

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In a recent Facebook post by Kendall County Sheriff’s Office, it says that role players will be coached and scripted according to their role.

Eye and ear protection is needed and must be brought by the role player. KCSO adds, “Some role players will be required to run and the scene will be loud and dynamic.”

If you are interested in being a role player for The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center’s Active Shooter Threat Training Program, contact Investigator Mike Baker by calling 830-331-8808.