GENEVA, Ala. (WDHN) — To improve student threat procedures in Geneva City Schools, the school board there implemented an emergency management plan this week.

Former Dothan police swat team members conducted several active-school-shooter scenarios at Geneva High School and WDHN’s Mike Gurspan was there.

On Wednesday, and then again Friday, Geneva Police Chief Pepper Mock and several of his former Dothan SWAT team members conducted active school shooting scenarios.

Chief Mock and school staff are in the process of creating a student threat procedures, or (STP) in the event a deranged individual starts shooting inside a Geneva City school to allow local law enforcement to assess their campuses and facilities for any type of breach endangering the lives of students and faculty.

“Good training is repetitive training, it’s something we have to go back to,” Chief Mock. “Look at what we’ve done right in law enforcement and what we’ve done wrong, learn from it, and put it in the training scenarios.”

According to the active training instructors, it’s not just a one-and-done. The more you practice the better you get.

“You got to let someone on the radio know I’m in building 300,” Former Dothan SWAT team member, Pete Markow, said. “I’m moving on the side of the gunfire coming from, whatever corner.”

In the near future, Chief Mock says they are formulating plans for active shooter training for faculty as well as students.