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  • Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- Plaquemine Police Department Sgt. John Little, left, a detective and an SRT team leader, learns a technique enabling him to advance on a hidden shooter (Officer Ron Jones, right, White Castle Police Department) on Wednesday during an Active Shooter Scenario Training held at Plaquemine High School by the Iberville Parish Sheriff's Office, and conducted by the DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Office.

  • Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- Plaquemine Police Dept. Detective Vic Hebert, left, and Iberville Sheriff's Office Deputy Brayton Duncan, right, advance across the gym Wednesday during an Active Shooter Scenario Training held at Plaquemine High School by the Iberville Parish Sheriff's Office, and conducted by the DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Office. Behind them, center background in yellow, is patrolman Justin Bush, Plaquemine Police Dept.

  • Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- Iberville Parish Sheriff's office Deputies Anthony Davis, right, and Steven Johnson, background, left, advance across the gym toward a 'perpetrator,' on Wednesday during an Active Shooter Scenario Training held at Plaquemine High School by the Iberville Parish Sheriff's Office, and conducted by the DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Office.

  • Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- White Castle Police Dept. Officer Shaderick Jones sites his Glock 23 .40 caliber weapon toward a doorway hiding a 'perpetrator,' Wednesday during an Active Shooter Scenario Training held at Plaquemine High School by the Iberville Parish Sheriff's Office, and conducted by the DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Office.

  • Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- DeSoto Parish Sheriff's Office Deputy Kyle Martin, left, an instructor for Wednesday's Active Shooter Scenario Training, adjusts the body position of Steven Johnson, a Deputy with the Iberville Parish Sheriff's Office, as he advances incrementally on a doorway concealing a 'perpetrator.'