Atlanta Police Department to host active shooter p...
by Neighbor Staff
02:31 PM, Tuesday, February 09
In February and March the Atlanta Police Department will host four of its remaining five presentations to help residents get ready for a possible active shooter event. The department hosted one session Jan. 19 at the Atlanta Civic Center in Midtow...

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