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Captain Mike Woodruff

Administrative Captain

City of Durant

Direct Phone: (580) ***-**** ext. ***       

Email: m***@***.org

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City of Durant

300 W Evergreen

Durant, Oklahoma 74701

United States

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Woodruff's number was stored on her son's cell phone because he had previously been arrested for drug charges.

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And Durant Police Captain Mike Woodruff said those habits can save lives.

"When we're investigating our motor vehicle crashes, we're discovering more and more that texting and driving is such a distraction in cars," he said.

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Capt. Mike Woodruff

DURANT, Okla. -- One Bryan County police department is hoping for the best, but planning for the worst by hosting a training program on Thursday to train the public about what to do if they were to encounter an active shooter.
Durant police is teaching the civilian response to active shooter events or CRASE class In hopes of preventing any possible tragedies if any school, workplace or even movie theater were to be targeted.
Durant Police Captain and CRASE instructor Mike Woodruff says more than 400 people have been trained since they adopted the program four months ago.
"Our citizens, our employees, our school teachers, our directors are the first persons on scene so we want to give them ...we want to arm them If you will, with some things that they can use," Woodruff said.

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"These events are going to happen but traditionally we always think they're going to happen somewhere else," said Durant Police Captain, Mike Woodruff.

Woodruff says the intention of the program is to help prevent tragedy if any workplace, business, or school was targeted.
He says he wants residents to know the best thing they can do, until law enforcement arrives, is to take action instead of doing nothing at all.
"The point the message the delivery is to do whatever they can do," Woodruff said. "We re-emphasize that with the acronym 'ADD' Avoid, Deny, Defend."

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