What: Officers from the Los Angeles Police Department- Devonshire Division, Los Angeles Unified School District Police, California Highway Patrol-West Valley Station as well as deputies from the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department – Lost Hills Station and community college bureau will join California State University, Northridge police officers in a multi-agency exercise designed to test their coordinated response to a shooting on campus.
CSUN police Chief Anne P. Glavin, along with CSUN President Dr. Dianne Harrison and other law enforcement command staff will be on hand to observe the “active shooter” drill and evaluate how well the five agencies work together, and determine what they can do to improve their response. This is fifth time Cal State Northridge Police have coordinated a multi-agency training exercise.
When: 7 a.m. to 12 p.m., Thursday, December 20, 2012
Where: California State University, Northridge
Jeanne Chisholm Hall/National Center on Deafness
Campus Map coordinates: F-2
Who: Dozens of police officers from Los Angeles Police Department- Devonshire Division, Los Angeles School Police, California Highway Patrol- West Valley Office, and deputies from the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department- Lost Hills station and community college bureau
Contacts: Chief Anne P. Glavin, CSUN Police – (818) 677-2201
Captain Scott Vanscoy, CSUN Police, at drill location on Dec. 20 – (818) 677-2201