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Cadiz Police Conducting Tactical Training

CADIZ POLICE DEPT 300CADIZ, Ky, (7/8/14) — The Cadiz Police Department will be conducting a large scale tactical training Thursday July 10 and Friday July 11 at the Trigg County High School.

This training will last for most of each day.

This training will include several area police departments and other first responders. Residents can expect to see a large amount of emergency vehicles on school property on these days.

Media members who would like to observe and interview should come to the front entrance of the Trigg County High School (next to Eastend Cemetery - 203 Main Street) Friday, July 11 at 12 p.m.

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Information provided by Sgt. Scott Brown

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