CLARK COUNTY, Ind. (WHAS11) -- Administrators at Greater Clark County Schools got a unique opportunity to see what police officers deal with during active situations involving a gunman.
Superintendent Dr. Andrew Melin took place in a high-tech training simulation Thursday afternoon. It may look like a big video game, but the guns are loaded with computer chips instead of ammunition.
School administrators have been working closely with police to improve school safety especially since the Sandy Hook shootings last fall.
The administrators are not being trained to shoot actual weapons, this was just a learning experience.