JEFFERSON CITY - Jefferson City Board of Education's safety and security committee held a meeting Tuesday afternoon about the safety of students. Topics of discussion included security, threat assessment, active shooter training and drill schedules.With the recent Stoneman Douglas shooting in Parkland, FL, the board agreed active shooter training needs to be a top priority, and happen more often than it already does."More you often you have training, the more ready you are," said Michael Coute, member of the safety and security committee.The committee agreed active shooter drills should take place in Jefferson City schools quarterly instead of every semester, and within the first week of summer school. The Jefferson City Police Department is also...
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Jefferson City school security meeting looks to change active shooter training