As interested and concerned individuals, people are beginning to look at Contact as an event that requires some forethought....some practical preparation. While debates rage over in the U.N.'s paper-tiger-ville over the creation of real infrastructure, there are others in surprising places who are taking the bull by the horns and turning his energy to constructive work.
In the UK schools like Sanford Primary School are looking at the needs of potential contact senarios such as if a crash of a ufo were to happen in the vicinity of children. They are discussing openly with their children about what such a situation might be like and what to do in the event they are there to experience it or its aftermath.
On October 10, internet author Lounge Daddy published an article on the UK school drills. In it he inquired if the UFO Drills were becoming "something of a routine part of the curriculum in the UK."
From a practical standpoint it makes sense to practice emergency procedures in the event of a ufo crash, just as one would need to know procedures to follow were it an airliner filled with people. On such a craft there would ostensibly be occupants, possibly injured and in need of assistance. It would be the civilized and humane thing to know how to investigate crash, render assistance and to establish the practice of universal caring as Earth's standard operating proceedure.
One email comment rendered on the subject by a gentleman named 'mike', said, "Now I can appreciate this. It is a shame that the schools in America are not so "Open Minded"". Perhaps this is something which the expected Denver Colorado, Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission can begin to tackle once its formation is complete. A formal program for emergency procedures and assistance rendering in the event of a downed EBE craft could be a ground-breaking first project for the new Commission.
This would be a fine example of exopolitical facilitation, where an organization leads through practical real solutions to social and circumstantial problems which may arise in the course of sudden or unexpected Contact under less than ideal circumstances.