Princeton Park Board looks at strategies
PRINCETON — The Princeton Park Board will review its crisis management plan to make sure things are in place in the event of an emergency.
At Monday’s board meeting, Princeton Park District Executive Director Elaine Russell said the park district does have a crisis management plan which was recently reviewed. The plan was last updated in April 2010. After reviewing the plan, Russell said she’d like to have an addition in place which would deal specifically with a lockdown situation.
In discussing the crisis management plan, board President Gene Englehart said the crisis management plan needs to be reviewed by all the staff, so everyone knows what to do in the event of an emergency. After last week’s shootings at a Connecticut school, he’s sure every teacher and school in the country are reviewing their security plans, he said.
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