SOMC, local law enforcement conduct “active shooter drill”


Southern Ohio Medical Center recently collaborated with local law enforcement and emergency responders to conduct an active shooter drill on SOMC’s South Campus. The drill was designed to test SOMC’s “code silver” policies, as well as provide a training opportunity for law enforcement. The drill simulated a shooter entering the Portsmouth Family Health Center and opening fire. Within 20 minutes, law enforcement had subdued the simulated shooter and began clearing the building. Portsmouth City Tactical EMS then moved the simulated victims to safety.

Southern Ohio Medical Center recently collaborated with local law enforcement and emergency responders to conduct an active shooter drill on SOMC’s South Campus. The drill was designed to test SOMC’s “code silver” policies, as well as provide a training opportunity for law enforcement. The drill simulated a shooter entering the Portsmouth Family Health Center and opening fire. Within 20 minutes, law enforcement had subdued the simulated shooter and began clearing the building. Portsmouth City Tactical EMS then moved the simulated victims to safety.

Southern Ohio Medical Center recently collaborated with local law enforcement and emergency responders to conduct an active shooter drill on SOMC’s South Campus. The drill was designed to test SOMC’s “code silver” policies, as well as provide a training opportunity for law enforcement. The drill simulated a shooter entering the Portsmouth Family Health Center and opening fire. Within 20 minutes, law enforcement had subdued the simulated shooter and began clearing the building. Portsmouth City Tactical EMS then moved the simulated victims to safety.

Southern Ohio Medical Center recently collaborated with local law enforcement and emergency responders to conduct an active shooter drill on SOMC’s South Campus. The drill was designed to test SOMC’s “code silver” policies, as well as provide a training opportunity for law enforcement. The drill simulated a shooter entering the Portsmouth Family Health Center and opening fire. Within 20 minutes, law enforcement had subdued the simulated shooter and began clearing the building. Portsmouth City Tactical EMS then moved the simulated victims to safety.

Southern Ohio Medical Center recently collaborated with local law enforcement and emergency responders to conduct an active shooter drill on SOMC’s South Campus. The drill was designed to test SOMC’s “code silver” policies, as well as provide a training opportunity for law enforcement. The drill simulated a shooter entering the Portsmouth Family Health Center and opening fire. Within 20 minutes, law enforcement had subdued the simulated shooter and began clearing the building. Portsmouth City Tactical EMS then moved the simulated victims to safety.

Southern Ohio Medical Center recently collaborated with local law enforcement and emergency responders to conduct an active shooter drill on SOMC’s South Campus. The drill was designed to test SOMC’s “code silver” policies, as well as provide a training opportunity for law enforcement. The drill simulated a shooter entering the Portsmouth Family Health Center and opening fire. Within 20 minutes, law enforcement had subdued the simulated shooter and began clearing the building. Portsmouth City Tactical EMS then moved the simulated victims to safety.

Southern Ohio Medical Center recently collaborated with local law enforcement and emergency responders to conduct an active shooter drill on SOMC’s South Campus. The drill was designed to test SOMC’s “code silver” policies, as well as provide a training opportunity for law enforcement. The drill simulated a shooter entering the Portsmouth Family Health Center and opening fire. Within 20 minutes, law enforcement had subdued the simulated shooter and began clearing the building. Portsmouth City Tactical EMS then moved the simulated victims to safety.

Southern Ohio Medical Center recently collaborated with local law enforcement and emergency responders to conduct an active shooter drill on SOMC’s South Campus. The drill was designed to test SOMC’s “code silver” policies, as well as provide a training opportunity for law enforcement. The drill simulated a shooter entering the Portsmouth Family Health Center and opening fire. Within 20 minutes, law enforcement had subdued the simulated shooter and began clearing the building. Portsmouth City Tactical EMS then moved the simulated victims to safety.

Southern Ohio Medical Center recently collaborated with local law enforcement and emergency responders to conduct an active shooter drill on SOMC’s South Campus. The drill was designed to test SOMC’s “code silver” policies, as well as provide a training opportunity for law enforcement. The drill simulated a shooter entering the Portsmouth Family Health Center and opening fire. Within 20 minutes, law enforcement had subdued the simulated shooter and began clearing the building. Portsmouth City Tactical EMS then moved the simulated victims to safety.

Southern Ohio Medical Center recently collaborated with local law enforcement and emergency responders to conduct an active shooter drill on SOMC’s South Campus. The drill was designed to test SOMC’s “code silver” policies, as well as provide a training opportunity for law enforcement. The drill simulated a shooter entering the Portsmouth Family Health Center and opening fire. Within 20 minutes, law enforcement had subdued the simulated shooter and began clearing the building. Portsmouth City Tactical EMS then moved the simulated victims to safety.

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