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What Would You Do? CSUF Police Department Offers Hands-On Simulator Training

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The CSUF Police Department’s hands-on simulator is an interactive tool used to educate and train law enforcement officers regarding real-world scenarios so they’re better prepared for difficult and quickly evolving calls for service.

On Wed., March 8, from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., the hands-on simulator will be available (in half-hour sessions) to current CSUF students, staff, and faculty to improve community relations and understanding. During the training, a CSUF police officer will answer questions, explain the “why” behind particular approaches to a call, and ensure the safety and well-being of the participants.

Notice: The simulator may be triggering to some individuals as training weapons will be used on simulated and projected human targets. If you are unsure if this event is right for you, please contact before registering.

Spots are limited and only two participants will be scheduled per timeslot. Please do not register unless you’re able to attend.

To register, visit the CSUF Police Department.

Marissa Garza