News & Happenings - 2007


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October 24, 2007

Campus Safety Course Tested At Hood

Campus Safety Course Tested At Hood READ MORE


July 27, 2007

Course Helps Officials, Deaf Talk

Course Helps Officials, Deaf Talk READ MORE


July 12, 2007

LASER Dishes Out Crisis

Law enforcement officials from northeast Louisiana particpate in hands-on tactical training at West Monroe High School. READ MORE


June 22, 2007

Retired Army Officer Offers Iraq Insight

Retired Army Officer Offers Iraq Insight READ MORE


June 21, 2007

Seminar Trains Officers to Effectively Halt Active Snipers

Seminar Trains Officers to Effectively Halt Active Snipers READ MORE


June 21, 2007

Program Prepares for On-Campus Shooting

Police officers prepare to enter the Woodlawn High School gynamsium as part of a training exercise dealing with the threat of an activer shooter. READ MORE


June 10, 2007

Agencies to Learn Responses to “Active Shooters”

Agencies to Learn Responses to “Active Shooters” READ MORE


May 14, 2007

LSU NCBRT is Bridging Communication Between the Deaf Community and Emergency Responders

LSU NCBRT is Bridging Communication Between the Deaf Community and Emergency Responders READ MORE


February 15, 2007

Terror Drill

Terror Drill READ MORE


February 14, 2007

Preparing for the Worst

Preparing for the Worst READ MORE


February 13, 2007

It’s Only a Drill, Parish Cautions Citizens--Drill to Test reaction to Threat

St. Charles takes part in terrorism exercise READ MORE


February 6, 2007

Collaborative Counter-Terrorism Training Takes Place Across Kentucky

NCBRT teaches ERDBI course to five locations around Kentucky READ MORE


January 28, 2007

Growing South: LSU Expanding on Second Campus

LSU expanding on second campus READ MORE


January 22, 2007

LSU Brings Coil Binding In-House

LSU Brings Coil Binding In-House READ MORE


January 12, 2007

LSU’s NCBRT to Host Courses in Kentucky

NCBRT will teach ERDBI courses simultaneously to five different locations in Kentucky READ MORE