ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Hundreds of New Mexico lawmen and women are taking part in a training program in honor of a fallen officer.
The 7th annual Deputy James McGrane Officer Survival Training program started Monday.
The course helps teach officers life-saving tactics and was created by Jim and Rita Mcgrane, the parents of murdered Bernalillo County Sheriff's Deputy James McGrane Junior.
The deputy was shot and killed during a traffic stop in 2006.
"It makes us feel good," Jim McGrane said. "We're doing something positive and that's what this is all about."
Michael Astorga was found guilty of McGrane's murder and sentenced to life in prison.
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