Bexar County Sheriff's Office holds active shooter training for students

SAN ANTONIO, TX (CNN) - As students get ready to head back to school many families are worried about the possibility of gun violence at their child’s campus.

The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office is looking to put those fears to rest by educating students what to do during a crisis situation.

The sheriff’s office is hosting a free active shooter response training seminar for teens next Monday.

Organizers say in light of recent acts of violence, it’s good to be prepared for the worst case scenario should it ever occur.

The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office has implanted several active shooter training classes for the schools but this is the first one designed specifically for teenagers.