Michigan Schools and Police Learn Lessons From Sandy Hook
The former superintendent of Newtown, Connecticut schools and a lieutenant from Newtown Police gave first hand accounts of the chaos behind the December 14th shootings today.
It was part of day two of the Schools, Educators and Police Liaisons Association's annual conference in Mt. Pleasant.
Lieutenant Richard Robinson spoke on the complications they faced dealing with the uncertainty of the events that day and handling such a response from so many different agencies.
Doctor Janet Robinson told the school's side of the day.
The complications of finding out what was going on and what measures failed to allow such an attack.
9&10 News' Eric Lloyd and photojournalist Tony Zyber were there for the first two days of the conference and have more details.