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  • Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners (Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners, 2014-03-18)
    This report reviews the emergency response actions and measures taken following the fatal shooting of a TSA agent at the Los Angeles International Airport. It notes 19 observations and recommendations for improving safety ...
  • Healthcare and Public Health (HPH) Sector Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Partnership. (Healthcare and Public Health Sector Coordinating Council;, 2015-04)
    Active shooter events in a healthcare setting present unique challenges: a potentially large vulnerable patient population, hazardous materials (including infectious disease), locked units, special challenges (such as ...
  • New York City Police Department (New York City Police Department., 2012)
    This updated edition, released in the wake of the shootings in Newtown, Connecticut, includes an updated analysis and compendium of active shooter incidents (through December 21, 2012), incorporating 43 incidents (including ...
  • University of Texas at Austin. Police Department (University of Texas at Austin Police Department., 2010-09-09)
    On the morning of September 28, 2010, a sophomore mathematics student, entered the campus of the University of Texas at Austin and began firing an AK-47 at students. He fired a total of 11 shots at three different locations. ...
  • TriData Division, System Planning Corporation. (City of Aurora Colorado;, 2014-04)
    On July 20, 2012, shortly after midnight, a lone gunman opened fire on moviegoers attending the premiere of a Batman movie in the Century 16 Theater complex in Aurora, Colorado. The gunman killed 12 people and injured over ...
  • City of Aurora, Colorado Fire Department (City of Aurora, Colorado., 2013)
    On July 20th, 2012, at approximately 12:40 am, a gunman opened fire in an Aurora, Colorado movie theater killing twelve people and injuring at least 70 others. Six minutes later, fire, police and emergency medical service ...
  • Ergenbright, Charles E.; Hubbard, Sean K. (Naval Postgraduate School., 2012-06)
    The average duration of Active Shooter incidents in Institutions of Higher Education within the United States is 12.5 minutes. In contrast, the average response time of campus and local law enforcement to these incidents ...
  • Jenkins, Sharon Rae (1998)
    This study was designed to identify 36 emergency medical workers' most common stress reactions and recovery reprocesses after a heavy fatality mass shooting incident and to relate stressors, reactions, and recovery resources ...
  • The InterAgency Board. (2015-08)
    This white paper is to help public safety agencies with implementing integrated emergency services response to high-threat events. It stresses a move away from the linear, single-agency response in favor of cross-disciplinary ...
  • Stambaugh, Hollis (United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency, 2008-02)
    On February 14, 2008, a former NIU graduate student walked onto the stage of a large lecture hall and began firing on startled students and faculty. The shooter, a 28-year old male, had a history of mental illness. He shot ...
  • Park County, Colorado. Office of Emergency Management (Park County, Colorado. Office of Emergency Management, 2006-12-31)
    This after action review provides an overview of the incident at Platte Canyon High School on September 27, 2006. It presents operational strengths, lessons learned and makes recommendations for future incidents. The report ...
  • Northern Illinois University, Department of Public Safety (Northern Illinois University., 2008)
    On February 14, 2008, Steven Phillip Kazmierczak entered room 101 in Cole Hall and opened fire in the lecture hall killing five students and wounding 21. He then shot and killed himself. This report reviews incidents prior ...
  • National School Shield Task Force (National Rifle Association., 2013-04-02)
    This report follows on the heels of the recent Sandy Hook Elementary shooting in Newtown, Connecticut. It addresses the debate on arming school personnel or using certified law enforcement officers assigned as school ...
  • Marino, Michael; Delaney, John; Atwater, Paul; Smith, Reed (2015)
    The emergency services community must recognize that the world is constantly changing and adjust accordingly. It will have to be more nimble and proactive with its capabilities if it wants to prepare effectively for future ...
  • Muffet-Willett, Stacy; Myers, Mary (Natural Hazards Research and Applications Information Center, University of Colorado Boulder, 2005)
    This research looks at whether having stress management resources available for emergency services personnel translates to better care and coverage for those involved in critical incidents. One would assume this to be the ...
  • United States Fire Administration (United States. Department of Homeland Security, 1999-04)
    This report is an analysis of the fire service and emergency medical service (EMS) operations and the overall response to the assault on Columbine High School at Littleton, Colorado, on April 20, 1999. It focuses on the ...

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