LVPD educates on active shooter situations

La Verne Police Sgt. Martin Weinreb gives a presentation on how to react in an active shooter situation Tuesday in the Campus Center Ballroom. The presentation included a detailed explanation of how police handle such situations and gave the audience important advice on how to defend themselves. / photo by Nareg Agopian
La Verne Police Sgt. Martin Weinreb gives a presentation on how to react in an active shooter situation Tuesday in the Campus Center Ballroom. The presentation included a detailed explanation of how police handle such situations and gave the audience important advice on how to defend themselves. / photo by Nareg Agopian

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