Photo courtesy of HUSDRecipients of the HUSD Good Apple Award for helping to train 200 staff on school safety procedures are, from left, Riverside Sheriff’s Capt. Leonard Purvis, Deputy Pete Lawson, Deputy Chris Waters, Deputy K-9 Roscoe, Deputy Scott Larsen, and at right, HUSD Asst. Supt. of Human Resources Darel Hansen. The award was made last month at the HUSD Board of Governors’ meeting in recognition of a two-day seminar deputies conducted last fall. ■ Chronicle News / Service More than 200 staff members of the Hemet Unified School District received training by the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department in how to respond to an “active shooter” incident. The participating officers—including Deputy
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