Active Shooter Response
FULL LIST OF Active Shooter Response RESULTS
Where does EMS fit into active shooter response? Lessons from Aurora theater shooting–
There are plenty of firefighters and EMS personnel willing to respond to these dangerous active shooter incidents when they know that they have the proper equipment, training, and police assistance
One year after Dorner: 3 levels of command in a large-scale critical incident–
Major incidents can occur in a jurisdiction of any size, including small venues with limited response assets
Examining the Navy Yard shooting, three months on–
After the efforts to establish responsibility, remember the bravery of the responding officers
One year after Sandy Hook: Behavior cues of mentally ill–
Nancy Lanza knew her son needed help. Part one of a two-part series.
Answering the challenge of active shooter situations–
In PoliceOne "First Person" essays, PoliceOne Members candidly share their own unique personal insights on issues confronting cops today, as well as opinions, observations, and advice on living life behind the thin blue line
Examining a year of fallout from Sandy Hook–
With the release of the preliminary report on the Newtown massacre, we can assess what could and couldn’t have saved lives
Active shooters in schools: How far have we come since Sandy Hook?–
In committing his unspeakable crime in Newtown, did Adam Lanza also reshape our approach to preventing — and responding to — active shooters in schools?
Surprises, frustrations, lucky breaks: Lessons from the NJ mall shooting–
When a 20-year-old white male stepped through the door with an assault rifle, it turned out to be a lucky night for police and patrons at New Jersey's largest shopping mall
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