Once a quarter my church does firearms training for the security team. The training is always split into two parts. One part is strictly dry practice and the next day we go to the range. Every time they do a training session they send out the same email. Date, time, place, what to bring. Every time they send out the email it says the same thing for the dry session "Absolutely no live ammunition in the training area" and every time out of 10 or 15 people that show up about 12 of them walk into that training room with a loaded gun. I've mentioned it to the head trainer and he tells me that he agrees with me that if the email says no live ammunition then nobody should be entering that room with a loaded weapon but he doesn't enforce it. During one of the training sessions he asked if anybody had any safety concerns and I called the whole room on it. One of the guys got all bent out of shape and told me it's real world training and you need to learn to know the status of your weapon. I do know the status of my weapon I unload in the car before I walk into the building because I've been told no live ammunition in the training area. I really don't have a question to ask here, I'm absolutely convinced I'm correct that number one there should not be any live ammunition in that room when they're doing designated dry practice. Number two if they're going to put that in the email they need to enforce it. I guess my question is how do I get that point across to the people who are in charge of the training? I'm positive it's only a matter of time before somebody is going to have a negligent discharge either loading or unloading weapon or not properly unloading a weapon before they start the dry practice.