By , Staff Reporter
Mount Vernon News

 

UTICA — Trying to save the lives of others in a moment’s notice is a situation most of us never want to face. But in the event it does occur, what do you do?

Some helpful tips from experts in the field were shared with staff members of the North Fork Local School District on Monday at Utica High School. The Licking County Sheriff’s Office conducted a day long ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) training session to offer some valuable insight on active shooter situations and some hands-on, real-life situations to give participants a chance to react to a simulated threat.

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Team participants learn how to effectively bring down an armed intruder during ALICE training exercises Tuesday morning at Utica High School.

Alan Reed/News Team participants learn how to effectively bring down an armed intruder during ALICE training exercises Tuesday morning at Utica High School.

 

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