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Police to host active threat training exercise at Schroeder Middle School

Grand Forks Police are hosting an active threat training exercise June 9 at Schroeder Middle School in Grand Forks, according to a press release. The large-scale, multi-agency exercise will include federal, state and local agencies, including Alt...

Grand Forks Police are hosting an active threat training exercise June 9 at Schroeder Middle School in Grand Forks, according to a press release.

The large-scale, multi-agency exercise will include federal, state and local agencies, including Altru, Grand Forks Public Schools and Grand Forks City Bus-to test national standards to see if any necessary changes need to be made, the release states.

The exercise is not anticipated to cause any travel delays or other inconveniences in the 32nd Avenue South area.

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