January 16, 2013 (FALMOUTH) _ The Falmouth school department hosted a forum Tuesday night to review and discuss school safety and security. Part of the focus was on what policies are in place in the event of an incident in the schools. Police Chief Edward Ddunne says they conduct lockdowns twice a year to make sure students and staff are prepared. Those exercises are conducted in conjunction with the fire department – which also runs fire drills 3-to-4 times a year. School officials also pointed to school psychologists available to students who may be having mental health issues. The event at the Morse Pond School was moderated by Superintendent of Schools Mark Dupuis.