WCSO offer a youth football camp

Warren County Sheriff's Office

A press release from the Warren County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) announced a youth football camp.

This is the second time youth football has been offered by the WCSO.

The camp will take place Apr. 2 with registration due by Mar. 15.

The drills and skill lessons will be conducted by Shenandoah University coaches, college players as well as NFL players.

Scouts will be on hand for youth players for possible recruitment for scholarships.

Commemorative items such as T-Shirts and autographs will be offered to remember the experience.

Lunch and refreshments will be served as well.

Applications and additional information can be found here.

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A mass casualty incident training exercise

police radios

A 3 day mass casualty incident training drill was held at the newly completed Warren Memorial Hospital.

Over 250 personnel from emergency service providers participated.

Simulated active shooter scenarios included patients with simulated injures each day.

These drills are designed to help multiple agencies work together in actual emergency situations.

The drill involved the Front Royal Police Department, Warren County Sheriff’s Office along with the Warren County Office of Emergency Management.

The Warren County Department of Fire and Rescue, Air Care and Valley Health were also involved in the exercise.

A similar drill at Christendom College back in August uncovered some issues that needed to be addressed.

Over all authorities were pleased with the results of this drill observing that response was improving.

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