Lehigh Carbon County Community College runs a rather startling course for a community college:
Like Solt, Jackson, 46, plotted it out in the noncredit course, which provides access to a simulator that is used to train the Pennsylvania State Police. The course emphasizes the importance of using deadly force only when lives are in danger.
The simulator, called PRISim, can play out hundreds of situations that are taped using actors. Students can act them out using a flashlight, pepper spray and an AR-15 rifle, as well as the handgun. All of the weapons and the flashlight are modified to use with a laser.
I wish Bucks County Community College offered something like this.