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Topic - Scott Mcconnell
He said the agency is "also working closely with all contracted security companies to ensure that [private guards] receive the appropriate screening training and skills they require to carry out their duties."
"FPS has reviewed the current training provided to contracted [private security guards] regarding active-shooter incidents, and in collaboration with security companies, is determining if additional enhanced training is necessary," said FPS spokesman Scott McConnell.