Duxbury: Police using old high school for drills

School’s out for good at the old Duxbury High School, but it now has a new use according to Duxbury Police Chief Matt Clancy, who says they’re conducting law enforcement training drills in the old school. Clancy says it’ll be happening through the end of the day on Thursday.

“Over the next couple of days, particularly on Wednesday and Thursday, we’re going to be running active shooter drills at the school for the Duxbury Police force,” Clancy said. “In addition to that, we’re going to have a couple of regional SWAT teams coming in to do some training in the facility.”

He says everything should be happening inside the building.

“Anything we’re doing shouldn’t be audible even in the immediate neighborhood. But if folks do hear something, know that that is what’s going on,” Clancy said.

But if you’re unsure, he says feel free to give police a call just to make sure.

About Steve Burns

Steve comes to the South Shore by way of the Jersey Shore. Upon arriving at Emerson College in Boston back in 2010, and eventual graduation in 2014, Steve was immediately attracted to radio as an outlet for his reporting. Previous stops before the South Shore include WOBM on the Jersey Shore, WCCM in the Merrimack Valley, an internship at CBS Radio News' flagship station, WCBS 880 in New York City, and a few formative years at Emerson's WERS.