Police hold training exercise in York Township, Pennsylvania

Police hold training exercise in York Township



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Police hold training exercise in York Township

The York County Rapid Response Team and the York County Regional Police Department held a training exercise on Thursday. Practice began at Indian Dam Road from 4-6 p.m. was at the training session and spoke to a detective who talked about the importance of training. You can watch the full story above.

The York County Rapid Response Team and York County Regional Police Department held a training exercise on Thursday.

  • Training started at Indian Dam Road from 4-6 p.m.
  • After that, the lineup moved to Hollywood Drive from 6-9 p.m.

WGAL reporter Jeremy Jenkins was at the training session and spoke to a detective who talked about the importance of training.

You can watch the full story above.

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