The University of Toledo held a training exercise from noon to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 16, to test the University’s response to a violent intruder and mass casualty incident on campus.
The announced drill tested the UToledo Police Department’s response to an active shooter on Main Campus and The University of Toledo Medical Center Emergency Department’s response to a large influx of critically wounded patients.
Participants in the training exercise also included Health Science Campus Security and students and staff from the UToledo Office of Residence Life.
UToledo Police provided run, hide, fight training to students and staff from the UToledo Office of Residence Life prior to the drill.
To learn what to do in the event of an emergency and for more information on the University’s emergency preparedness plans and procedures, visit the emergency preparedness website.