Nassau police begin special terror training

According to officials, the officers will be training with 150 new long range rifles that are equipped to shoot at a further distance.

Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano and Acting Police Commissioner Thomas Krumpter are announcing the new, enhanced rifle training today.

Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano and Acting Police Commissioner Thomas Krumpter are announcing the new, enhanced rifle training today. (12/4/15)

WOODBURY - Nassau County police will begin special training today on how to deal with terror and active shooters.

According to officials, the officers will be training with 150 new long-range rifles that are equipped to shoot at a further distance.

The department will also continue active shooter drills, similar to the one conducted last weekend at Nassau Community College. 

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