Members of the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office are training for different active shooter scenarios. Lt. Paul Brennan said the ways in which officers respond to shootings are always changing.
"This is different than the last time we did active shooter training," Brennan said.
On Tuesday, officers in road patrol used simunitions, replica handguns shooting small plastic projectiles, as they moved through a scenario in a vacant building, simulating a group of people detained by someone with a gun. Officers entered and confronted the suspect.