posted on Oct, 29 2010 @ 02:29 PM
As far as I could tell, this wasn't more about preparing for UFO's as that is pretty ridiculous to officially plan for UFOs crashing when we have no
true proof of existence...
What I gathered out of this (and I read a different, more in-depth article) was that the police and school organizations saw the recent media
attention for UFOs, and of course this is an interesting topic for a young mind. While I think it's great they're exposing kids to the idea, I think
it was just more convenient than other types of situations to expose children to.
Based on what I read the practices were more about how to approach a crime scene, take in the evidence (not TOUCHING or moving anything), and how to
contact authorities in regards to a situation like this. They explained how it would be handled, and showed the kids what a mock scene looks like.
A non-violent UFO crash is a much better example than 6 bodies, strewn guns and bullets, blood and brains to practice scene investigation.