Danville Police Department holds MILO range training used to teach officers
A disturbing video showing what went down when Memphis police officers brutalized Tyre Nichols is a situation the Danville Police Department wants to prevent before it arises.
The department has a virtual tool called MILO Range or Multiple Interactive Learning Objectives. It is one of their de-escalating training tools.
The system allows officers to be ready if they encounter a situation where the use of force should be applied.
Chris Morris, Sergeant for the Danville Police Department, led the training on Wednesday morning.
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