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Long Description
As America grapples with a growing number of mass shootings, training for an active shooter situation has become more commonplace. Though Montana hasn’t had a deadly shooting on campus since 1990, police know it could happen here at any time. School administrators and police are tasked with keeping over 40,000 students and faculty safe on more than a dozen campuses across the state. What are they doing to prepare?

Short Description
Police warn that a deadly shooting can happen anywhere. What are Montana’s collleges and universities doing to keep students safe? MontanaPBS examines how campuses are preparing for an active shooter situation.

Active Shooter: Are Montana Colleges Ready?