Mass Emergency Response
The Mass Emergency Response topic contains stories about large-scale attacks or threats, often involving terrorism, active-shooter situations, or bombings. Such events require several departments and agencies to respond to the same incident, making clear communication a priority.
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Sandy Hook nonprofit releases gun violence PSA– 1
The group says that recognizing the signs of potential gun violence could stop an attack.
Body cam video of Pulse massacre released–
About two dozen videos show law enforcement responding to the club in Orlando on June 12. Some show officers going inside where gunman Omar Mateen had barricaded himself in a bathroom, while others offer details about what was happening outside.
Officials hold press conference on fatal Minn. mall attack–
Authorities held a press conference with attack videos of the fatal Minn. mall stabbing involving 20-year-old suspect Dahir Ahmed Adan.
How police can pre-plan responses to incidents involving private sectors–
Police One Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie talks with Ron LaPedis, an expert in business continuity and private/public safety partnerships, about how to create a better environment for the employees and law enforcement personnel who share mutual concerns about safety and incident response in their jurisdictions.
Man flies drone over Harlem explosion site, NYPD steps in–
A New York man flew an aerial drone over the scene of a building collapse caused by an explosion in Harlem on Wednesday.
A formidable foe for law enforcement–
James Burke of the Montgomery County, Ohio Sheriffs Department discusses both the Columbine and Virginia Tech school shootings and gives recommendations on how law enforcement can deal with these formidable foes.
Navy Yard shooting: Police response–
Footage captures the size and scope of the police and emergency response to the shooting.
One suspect cleared in Navy Yard shooting–
Federal law enforcement officials say the man accused in a shooting rampage at the Washington Navy Yard that left at least 12 people dead has been identified as Aaron Alexis.
12 dead in Navy Yard shooting–
At least one gunman opened fire inside a building at the Washington Navy Yard on Monday morning, and officials said six people were killed and at least four were wounded, including a law enforcement officer.
CNN takes on police 'militarization'–
CNN compares the newest innovations of police technology and specialty vehicles with action movies like The Hunger Games and Terminator.
P1 Roll Call: Marathon Bombing; Texas explosion–
P1 Weekly Update for 04/12/2013–
In this week's update, Dave Smith talks about several LODDs that were caused by heart attacks in the past weeks, the hostage crisis in which 4 firefighters were held captive, and a stabbing rampage at a Texas community college that left 14 students wounded.
Concealed Carry in schools– 1
Lt. Colonel Dave Grossman talks about the likelihood of terrorists targeting U.S. schools and whether or not concealed carry is a viable option for defending our nation's defenseless children.
Police fight riots in Belfast–
Police deploy plastic bullets and water cannons against loyalist protestors, angry over the decision to stop flying the Union flag year round.
The Legacy of the Lakewood Four–
November 29, 2009, four cops were gunned down in cold blood in a suburban Seattle coffee shop. This PoliceOne exclusive video tells the story of that ambush from the perspective of Washington state law enforcement.
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