How would you react when disaster strikes? That is the question the Ector County Sheriff’s Office is asking and they want to help residents find an answer.
As such, the ECSO will be hosting an active shooter training session later this month.
The goal is to teach the public how to respond in an active shooter situation.
The training will take place at 6 p.m. August 27 at the Ector County Commissioners Courtroom. Officials say the class is open to the public and will last about two hours.