ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Officials in Georgia went through training to learn how to handle a potential crisis.
Over 40 officers and patrolmen from 8 different counties along with the Albany State Police spent Thursday morning training with FBI special agents.
This intense two hour training taught them what to do if a crisis hit close to home.
Albany State Police set up the training session.
"They may come across an incident where they'll be the first responder. And they need to know how to deal with the situation," said Capt. Anita Allen, ASU Police.
The FBI special agents that taught the session specialize in crisis management.