Anderson Police Use Interactive Learning Simulator

Anderson Police recently put into service a new interactive learning simulator to help train officers to deescalate people in crisis and critical incidents. The Herald Bulletin reports the department purchased the $40,000 computer equipment last year; it’s capable of 800 different training scenarios. The equipment lets officers train on two or three variations of each scenario.

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