Large-scale police training at local high school is no cause for alarm, officials say

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CARMEL – Multiple police agencies will be conducting training at the Carmel High School facility, including the outbuildings, beginning on Monday, July 25 and running through Friday, July 29.  The Carmel Central School District issued an advisory indicating that there will be a large police presence at the high school and loud noises will likely be heard in the area.

According to the district, the training will take place between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. District officials said, “Please do not be alarmed or concerned during this time.”

“We are grateful for our ongoing partnership with our local law enforcement agencies, especially the Putnam County Sherriff’s Department, Carmel Police Department, Kent Police Department, and the New York State Police, and their commitment to keeping our campuses safe,” the advisory said.