Spring Township Police Officer Chris Snare, right, draws his weapon during a traffic stop scenario. The Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology has a new MILO Range firearms simulator which will help with law enforcement training, December 17, 2014. The simulator is a joint effort between the Centre County Public Safety Training Center, CPI and the South Central Regional Terrorism Task Force.
Spring Township Police Officer Chris Snare, right, draws his weapon during a traffic stop scenario. The Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology has a new MILO Range firearms simulator which will help with law enforcement training, December 17, 2014. The simulator is a joint effort between the Centre County Public Safety Training Center, CPI and the South Central Regional Terrorism Task Force. CDT photo
Spring Township Police Officer Chris Snare, right, draws his weapon during a traffic stop scenario. The Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology has a new MILO Range firearms simulator which will help with law enforcement training, December 17, 2014. The simulator is a joint effort between the Centre County Public Safety Training Center, CPI and the South Central Regional Terrorism Task Force. CDT photo

Local law enforcement officers demonstrate new training tool

December 17, 2014 08:40 PM

UPDATED December 18, 2014 12:31 AM

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