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PoliceOne Member Newsletter
 5 phases of the active shooter
 Where were the heroes in Theater 9?
 July 23, 2012
Dear PoliceOne Member,

Today we bring you special coverage in the wake of the tragedy in Aurora, Colorado, late last week with features from Sgt. Glenn French, Lt. Dan Marcou, and Chief Joel Shults. We will also deliver commentary from Barbara Schwartz, Dave Grossi, and Dick Fairburn as the week unfolds.

Our thoughts and prayers remain with everyone affected by this tragic event.

Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor In Chief
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Tragedy in Aurora

Educating the public on the 5 phases of the active shooter

By Lt. Dan Marcou, PoliceOne Columnist
Nearly every active shooter goes through these five phases. I predict the investigation into the Aurora, Colorado, tragedy will reveal the actions the shooter took prior to his deadly spree did not go unnoticed, just unreported. Know the 5 phases

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Tragedy in Aurora

Bomb threat response for first responders

By Sgt. Glenn French, PoliceOne Columnist
When responding to a bomb threat, it is important to establish policies well before a major incident occurs. The following information is some suggested practices to familiarize uniformed officers with a baseline of response tactics to a typical threat. Explosives 101

Equipment for active shooter response
Police instructor Don Alwes tells you what equipment you should take to the scene of an active shooter, where rapid response is crucial.
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Tragedy in Aurora

Where were the superheroes?

By Chief Joel Shults, PoliceOne Columnist
As civilians look to us for answers and insight on the Aurora tragedy, let's be careful to acknowledge not only the outstanding heroism of our brothers and sisters in uniform, but also the survivors in theater nine. 3 heroic men
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