Feb 13 2013

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USU Police offer training for attacks in the workplace

By Eric Jungblut

Sgt. Travis Dunn of the USU Campus Police Department sat at the head of the classroom on the third floor of the Taggart Student Center. He played a video on the room’s projector screen for the members of the Academic Resources Center who were attending one of the officer’s workplace violence/active shooter presentations.

The video Dunn showed was of a workplace hostage situation at a meeting of a Florida school board in 2010. Clay Duke, upset about his wife’s termination from an elementary school, held six members of the school board at gunpoint. Duke opened fire at the district superintendent at point-blank range and was then shot at by a security guard. Duke was wounded and fell to the ground where he killed himself with a shot to the head from his own gun.

Read the entire article on: The Utah Statesman

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