Center for Domestic Preparedness to train Junior Police Academy students

{}The Center for Domestic Preparedness is providing a unique learning experience for teenagers. The CDP staff will train local high school students participating in the Anniston Police Department Junior Police Academy program. The students will learn what to do during an active shooter scenario and other police procedures, such as searching for a suspicious package and collecting crime-scene evidence.The training session will take place at Center for Domestic Preparedness on 61 Responder Drive in Anniston, Wednesday, June 25th from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. The CDP staff will set up a mock explosion with materials that would be found at a crime scene following an explosion. There will be Human Patient Simulators for medical training. They will also process the scene looking for items they think might be evidence.