STURGEON BAY, WI (WTAQ) - You can learn a lot from a mass shooter – and students at a tech college in Sturgeon Bay plan to do just that.
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College will offer a course in May on how to deal with mass shooting scenes. The training is geared toward business owners, but anyone can take the class.
Public safety training coordinator Michael Molnar says it will prepare people for an active shooting scenario, with a lesson on how the police would respond.
Green Bay school security administrator Barb Dorff says it’s wise to be ready, considering the numbers of mass shootings in recent years in a variety of places.