TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - Florida's top law enforcement agency is now investigating how officers responded to the deadly shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School, including the actions of school resource officer Scot Peterson.
Peterson was seen on video, waiting outside the school as shots were being fired. Its sparked a nationwide discussion on the issue.
13abc asked Toledo Police about its policy. TPS says it's policy and training support single officer response. Sgt. Kevan Toney says research shows that it saves innocent lives when an officer engages an active shooter.
Toledo Police officers are going through all kinds of active shooter scenarios with virtual training this week. The training puts them in all kinds of every day calls from domestic violence to bar fights. The goal is to learn to handle situations with the least amount of force possible to restore order and preserve life.