Morris County and local law enforcement agencies worked with the College of Saint Elizabeth Tuesday to simulate a crisis-level situation, as a test of their preparedness, Morris Plains, NJ Patch reports. No actual emergency took place on the college campus. Volunteer actors played the parts of victims and perpetrators, as law enforcement and college officials addressed the simulated emergency at hand. Only a small group of coordinators knew the details of the emergency and how it was expected to play out; the police and other first-responders addressing the situation did not…

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