TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) - A new form of active shooter training has made it's way to the Big Bend on Wednesday morning.
With active shooting situations becoming more common, so are active shooter trainings.
"For the last 2 years because of recent events, we've been working with the legislature developing tactical and medical response related to active shooter events," said University of Miami Gordon center Director, Barry Issenberg.
The University of Miami Gordon Center's Section of Tactical Emergency Medicine is putting a new spin on emergency response.
Tallahassee Police and Tallahassee Fire gathered to learn more about the innovative new methods that are helping the two work together.
"The idea is for law enforcement to create a warm zone and have an area that's secured but not necessarily cleared and they're able to bring in that fire department element," said Steven Carter.