COVID-19 Outbreak Shuts Down Indiana Law Enforcement Academy
The Indiana Law Enforcement Academy – which trains the majority of police across the state – temporarily halted operations because of a COVID-19 outbreak.
The training facility, based in central Indiana, reported that as of Wednesday morning, 10 students had tested positive, with nine more getting re-tested. And 50 students – nearly half the class – have to quarantine because they’re either close contacts or symptomatic.
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It said a majority of the current class of 117 is unvaccinated.