DANVERS — Do not be alarmed if you see police cars from various towns lined up at Danvers High on Cabot Road for training tomorrow and Friday.
It’s all part of a regional school-response safety-training exercise hosted by Danvers and conducted by a company called Response Options.
“You will probably see cruisers from all over the region, because we are hosting the training,” police Chief Neil Ouellette said.
Tomorrow will involve class work for about 25 officers, and the practical part of the course, which involves responding to a “critical incident” in a school, will take place on Friday. As the host, Danvers has free seats during the training.
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