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Public safety agencies to conduct active shooter training in Annapolis

Phil Davis

Several public agencies will conduct active shooter training Thursday at the J. Albert Adams Academy in Annapolis.

The Annapolis Office of Emergency Management said in a release the exercise — which will encompass everything from police and medics response to the news conference after — will take place between 3:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. tomorrow.

As a result, officials are closing Clay Street at the intersection of Rideout Street as well as Glenwood Street at the intersection of Harwood Place.

The city said only local traffic will be allowed onto Glenwood Street from Taylor Avenue.

The office is also warning nearby residents that the exercise will bring a considerable amount of police gear clothed in tactical gear to the area and they may hear simulated gunfire.

For more information, call 410-216-9167.

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