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Active Shooter

New Perspectives on Active Shooter Training

This presentation led by Lieutenant/Commander John Weinstein discusses communications plans, preparing for non-shooting active incidents, command staff responsibilities, rescue task force operations and media response. It also discusses new challenges and objectives for first responders to deal with incidents such as the terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India; Beslan, Russia, and Paris, France.

New Perspectives on Active Shooter Training

Over the years, active shooter response has evolved from establishing a perimeter and waiting for SWAT to resolve the incident, to the 4-officer diamond formation, to the current immediate entry of a one- or two-officer contact team.

While immediate entry is still required, training must go far beyond honing entry team tactical skills….

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