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UM system leaders discuss requiring safety training

University of Missouri System and MU officials gathered Wednesday at a “Safety and Security Summit” to discuss emergency protocol on campus.

In October, the MU Alert system sent multiple messages alerting those on campus of an emergency situation involving a woman with a gun. For more on that event, click here.

The university identified “knowledge gaps” of the current MU Alert system during that event, and is currently discussing the idea of requiring students to take a safety training. Currently a safety training is offered by the university, but it is not required.

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