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Herald/TJ MAXWELL Sgt. Tim Ryan, an investigator with the Lampasas Police Department, from left, and Christopher Cato, a patrol officer with Gatesville work on techniques for engaging an "active shooter" as Sgt. Sam Shurley, an instructor for Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training (ALERRT), gives instructions during an ALERRT active shooter training course Monday at Lampasas High School.

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