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After FEMA training, local agencies to develop new practices


A week-long school security training session at the FEMA Emergency Management Institute “will make a huge difference in how we do things here,” Superintendent Paul Turner said Tuesday.

People from the Grand Coulee Dam School District and other agencies nearby traveled to Emmitsburg, Maryland, last week on a grant, with meetings designed to get people in responding agencies who might be involved in some kind of security issues talking and planning together.

School security was only part of the training, Turner explained.

“We went into detail of what policies and procedures needed adj...

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