The official government website for the state of Connecticut (ct.gov) lists the drill on their calendar;
12/14 9 AM – 4 PM FEMA L-366 Planning for the Needs of Children in Disasters
The government drill that took place on the same day of the shooting between the same hours was located down the road about 14 miles at the following location:
Location: 2800 Main Street, Bridgeport, CT9 AM – 4 PM Contact: Christopher Ackley
5 of 40 seats still available
Last day to register: 12/13/2012
Sorry, you may not register for this event.
The states official website reads;
Dec 14, 2012 FEMA L-366 Planning for the Needs of Children in DisastersThe goal of the course is to enable participants to improve their community’s mitigation and emergency operations plan specifically regarding the needs of children. The course will provide them with the information needed to address the unique needs of children prior to, during and following disasters. It will also provide them guidance and direction on how to form coalitions and how to become advocates for the unique needs of children in all aspects of emergency management.After completing this course, participants will be able to:
• Articulate the importance of providing for the needs of children in disasters in your community’s current emergency management plan.• Explain what is required to keep children safe in emergencies and why those needs are unique.• Explain the assumptions, concept of operations, organization and assignment of responsibilities that address the unique needs of children prior to, during and following disasters.• Explain the planning components necessary to address the unique needs of children prior to, during and following disasters
• Incorporate the unique needs of children in disasters into Emergency Operations Plans• Identify stakeholders and organizations that can assist in preparing for the needs of children in disasters.• Initiate steps to form coalitions and build teams that have a stake in keeping children safe in disastersThe target audience for this course is local and state emergency managers and planners, Child Services Agencies, NGO’s, Child Care Providers, Schools, and Faith-based Organizations.1. As of October 1, 2012 anyone applying for FEMA courses must obtain a FEMA Student Identification (SID) number. For more information and to obtain a SID go to: https://cdp.dhs.gov/femasid/You will need this number to complete the course application form (119-25-1) that will be filled out at the beginning of the class. FEMA certificates will be mailed to participants after completion of this course.2.Class size is limited to 30. Please sign up as soon as possible to guarantee a spot in the class of your choice.3. There are no prerequisites for this class.4. There is no cost for the class and lunch is on your own.
An excerpt from a local publication details the fact that an active-shooter drill was indeed taking place during the actual event known as the Newtown or Sandy Hook Schools Shooting, thus signifying all of the classic signs of a false flag operation.
The Southeast-Brewster Patch reported on December 18, 2012;
In the years following the infamous school shooting incident at Columbine, Colorado, law enforcement agencies and local school districts in Putnam County and across America developed plans and protocols to safeguard against and respond to similar acts of school violence. Since Columbine, new tactics and training have been devised and implemented for law enforcement officers for responding to situations of active shooters in schools.
By grim coincidence, even as the terrible events were unfolding in Newtown on Friday morning, the Putnam County Emergency Response Team (“ERT”) happened to be assembled for regular training in Carmel, and team members were at that very moment engaged in a mock scenario of an active-shooter in a school.
The ERT is comprised of specially trained and heavily armed officers from the Sheriff’s Office and the Carmel and Kent Police Departments.
When news broke of the Newtown shooting, the Putnam County ERT commander called Newtown Police and offered to have the ERT respond to the Sandy Hook school, but that response was not needed because Connecticut police had already secured the scene.
As information circulated about the Newtown violence, the Sheriff’s Office notified school district officials in Putnam County.
The Sheriff’s Office and local police departments dispatched patrols to establish a security presence at area elementary schools and to augment the security already in place at most of the high schools and middle schools in the County, where deputy sheriffs are regularly assigned as school resource officers (“SROs”).
Over the weekend, too, the Sheriff’s Office coordinated with local government officials to provide deputies and plainclothes investigators for security at several civic events throughout the county.