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Health department undergoes security assessment

The Barton County Commission Monday morning heard a report from Health Director Lily Akings on the various programs and trainings that have taken place and are planned for the Health Department.
• Her department held a quarterly in-service training session recently featuring Great Bend Police Department officer Jefferson Davis on what to do in the effect of an active shooter.
“It made us ask ‘what if?’” she said. They are now preparing a diagram of their building to submit to law enforcement and are awaiting the results of a security assessment.
She recommended this program be repeated for county facilities.
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