First responders in the state to receive additional anti-terrorism training

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Mississippi officials are teaming up to fight terror, and Governor Phil Bryant says the state gave an extra $16,000 to the training academy for more active shooter response classes. Bryant also says cyber threats have been made against Mississippi government officials over Syrian refugees in the state. Officials stress “if you see something, say something” and residents are urged to call 911 if you see an active shooter or hear a bomb threat. If you see suspicious activity, call 888-4-SAFEMS, or 888-472-3397.


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