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By Teresa Simpson
Whitman County Gazette 

Local agencies perform active shooter training

Colfax Police, Washington State Patrol and the Whitman County Sheriff's Office were involved


January 5, 2023

Noah Baker; Caleb Hudson; Bryce Nebe

Justin Slayton | The Gazette

Washington State Patrol troopers Noah Baker and Caleb Hudson accompany Whitman County Sheriff's Deputy Bryce Nebe as they rush into Colfax High School for their active shooter training.

COLFAX - The Whitman County Sheriff's Office held an active training shooting at the Colfax High School, Thursday, Dec. 29.

Training scenarios were at noon, 4 p.m., and 6 p.m. The Whitman County Sheriff Posse was also there to help with training purposes.

There were several law enforcement officers who attended the training including Whitman County Sheriff's Office, Washington State Patrol, and Colfax Police Department.

Since the agencies so often work together with local law enforcement practices and train together as much as possible, as well as make it as realistic for the trainees.


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