By Paul Schmitt
The public had a chance to learn what to do during an active shooting situation on Wednesday in Sturgeon Bay. Sturgeon Bay Police Captain Dan Brinkman, who is one of about 80,000 people trained in the United States to teach active shooter training did an eighty minute presentation that included audio and video from past mass shootings in the last fifteen years. Capt. Brinkman says a situation like the one that happened earlier this week in Las Vegas can happen anywhere in the country.
Sue Tong-Fredickson of Sturgeon Bay shares the most important information she gained from the presentation.
You can see the video of Wednesday’s “Civilian Response Active Shooter Event Presentation” that was held at Sonny’s Italian Kitchen with this story online.
Civilian Response Active Shooter Event
Posted by Door County Daily News.com on Wednesday, October 4, 2017