(Hillsboro) The tragic school shooting at Central Visual and Performing Arts High School in St. Louis has many law enforcement agencies reviewing their tactics if something like that would ever happen in their coverage area. Sergeant Brian Rossomanno with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is a ranking member of the SWAT team and spent several years with the St. Louis Police Department prior to joining the sheriff’s office. He says the reaction of the St. Louis Police was handled well.
Sergeant Rossomanno says the sheriff’s office conducted active shooter training earlier this year and looked at the training in a few ways.
The school shooting at Central Visual and Performing Arts High School took the life of teacher Jean Kuczka, who lived in Jefferson County, and 15-year-old Alexzandria Bell and injured seven others on October 24th.