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Active shooter training to be conducted by Cass County Sheriff’s Office



Cass County, North Dakota – A potentially life-saving program for Cass County’s youth will involve some of North Dakota’s best.

The Cass County Sheriff’s Office, together with Cass County Rural Fire Departments and EMS partners, will perform a combined active shooter training scenario in Casselton at Central Cass High School on Wednesday, August 18th, from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

“It will always remain a top priority of the Cass County Sheriff’s Office to partner with our rural fire and ems to provide the best level of training and a high level of public safety. The Cass County Sheriff’s Office we will continue to look for ways in the future to increase our response capabilities and keep our schools and children safe,” Cass County Sheriff Jesse Jahner said.

During this period, there will be a significant number of first responders and emergency vehicles stationed around the school. This training will help law enforcement, rural fire departments, and emergency medical services respond effectively to an active shooter/active threat situation in order to protect and save lives.