Community members gather to discuss Mercer County Schools' new anti-bullying policy.
The Mercer County Parents and Students Coalition Against Bullying hosted the meeting Tuesday night at the Princeton Recreation Center to highlight the progress that's been made since the death of 12-year-old Dalton Walker in March.
Coalition Public Relations Director Cathy Parson said the bullying issue can only be solved if the community comes together.
"It relies with the schools and with the parents," Parson said. "We can't expect any change unless we put resources into the parents' hands. We can't expect them to change the behavior of themselves or the children if they don't know the resources that are out there and the resources that are available."
Anti-bullying expert Justin Gilmore was on hand to discuss the county's new safe schools policy.
Next month's meeting is set for June 19 in Princeton.