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The investigation into the police response to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas School in Parkland continues, and new revelations indicate that some of the deputies responding may not have been completely up to date on active shooter response tactics.

According to a new report obtained by the Sun Sentinel, some deputies with the Broward County (FL) Sheriff’s Office couldn’t remember the last time they attended mass-shooter training—others couldn't recall what they'd learned when they did attend.

The report said that "during interviews, it was not uncommon for deputies to have difficulty remembering when their last active-shooter training took place or what type of training they received…"

In contrast, the Coral Springs officers who rushed into the high school consistently praised their training and “had no difficulty in explaining the proper response to an active shooter.”