Alabama A & M hosts active shooter training for University

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - Alabama A&M University is posing the question: Would you know what to do to survive in the event of an active shooter?

A&M is giving everyone on the campus the opportunity to become better prepared, by providing training.

The ALICE Active Shooter training stands for alert, lockdown, inform, counter, evacuate. The training will break down all of these to help better your skills.

The training  is from 8:30 a.m. until noon on November 23 in the Wellness Center and is being offered to the entire campus, free of charge.

Registration is not required.

The university said this training is in light of recent events on college campuses.

For more information on how you can better prepare yourself in an active shoot scenario, click here.

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