The Pleasant Hill School board heard a presentation about the A.L.I.C.E. program but took no action on the violent critical response initiative. Its a crisis response tool, Chasity Anderson, the D.A.R.E officer with the Pike County Sheriffs Department for the outlying schools, said. It makes staff, students anyone more empowered in the event of any kind of threat in a public place.Jordan Gerard, an A.L.I.C.E. training officer, as is Anderson, was also at the meeting.