The Wisconsin Department of Justice says its Office of School Safety is in the midst of training 12 Critical Incident Response Teams. The state is working to make sure all school districts have access to regional support teams in a critical incident happens. W-K-B-T/T-V reports critical incidents would include acts of violence, natural disasters, serious injuries to students or staff, suicide, community turmoil, intruders, an AMBER Alert, or hate crimes. The D-O-J says its program should be fully implemented by this fall.
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