Local officials get schooled in explosives by BATF

Local officials are getting schooled in how explosions are investigated.A course taught by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms shows officials how to identify

EDISON - Local officials are getting schooled in how explosions are investigated.

A course taught by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms shows officials how to identify explosives, its effects and how to collect evidence.

Authorities say the rising number of violent acts involving arson and explosives established a need to train state and local investigators with a high level of expertise.

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