Even if they accurately portray demographics.
Who knows? Maybe the ground apes were unhappy it unfairly represented them. After all they commit what, 4 to 5 times more crimes than white on a proportional basis?
The simulator comes with 700 pre-recorded scenarios for deputies to work through. Each scenario plays on a projector screen. The deputy has to use a gun with a laser to shoot.
“Because if you can prepare people on what can happen and what may happen, it’ll give them a better response,” Sergeant Larry Grittion said.
Guilford County Sheriff’s Department has also opened up the simulator to first time gun owners and those who are undergoing training requirements to obtain their concealed carry permit.
The decision for the simulator was made in April. The Guilford County Board of Commissioners voted 7-2 to purchase the training device for the Guilford County Sheriff.
Initially, the simulator received criticism from those concerned about racial implications. Although the scenarios depict people of different ethnic backgrounds, deputies say the person’s skin color doesn’t matter.[…]
According to a breakdown provided to commissioners back in April, the simulator depicts an attacker as being:
Caucasian 60 percent of the time.
African American 15 percent of the time.
Hispanic 15 percent of the time.
Asian five percent of the time.
Middle Eastern five percent of the time.
A total of $51,850 in federal forfeiture funds was spent on the simulator.