Monday, March 12, 2018

State cop offers free active shooter training to schools

Marty Madden
The Baynet

Prince Frederick, MD - The fear that a violent incident similar to the one that occurred Valentine’s Day at a Florida high school could happen in Southern Maryland prompted a second community meeting to discuss the issue. The latest session was held Wednesday, March 7 at the Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department. While several parents, teachers, concerned citizens and local elected officials spoke during the meeting, one of the more memorable individuals addressing the meeting was a graduate of Calvert County Public Schools (CCPS). The speaker, Tfc. Casey Ruth of the Maryland State Police (MSP) (pictured, above), graduated from Northern High School in 2008. She is currently assigned to the MSP’s Leonardtown Barrack. Ruth is an instructor in civilian response to active shooter events (CRASE).

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