SUPD simulates action for student

Youth Employment Program workers
Carlos Herrera
Youth Employment Program workers and tribal members Carlos Herrera (left) and Rylan Herrera use a “Shoot, Don’t Shoot Simulator” that Southern Ute Police Department officers train on. Both Carlos and Rylan tried on the SUPD’s Emergency Response Gear as well.
The simulator is like a life size video game, which presents real life scenarios. The student/officer must decide what level of force to use. Both Carlos and Rylan agreed it was, “fun” and that these scenarios can change in a “second.”
Chris Naranjo | SUPD
Chris Naranjo | SUPD

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