The Wright State University Police Department hosted a tour of the Dayton Campus for the Regional Emergency Response Team (RERT) as a part of the team’s monthly training on Aug. 1.
Participants walked through several areas of campus, including the Nutter Center, Student Union, University Hall and Dunbar Library.
“We feel that we can keep the campus safe,” said Wright State Police Chief David Finnie. “There’s going to be some incidences where we have major events on campus that we’re going to need some help on.”
The campus tour provided RERT an opportunity to become familiar with the Dayton Campus in the event of an emergency requiring the team’s response. It also allows Wright State Police to become better familiar with the capabilities of RERT and to further inter-agency cooperation with the member agencies.
RERT includes police officers from the cities of Fairborn, Beavercreek, Huber Heights and Vandalia.