Joint Public Safety Response to the Active Shooter

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Air Force Senior NCO Academy

550 McDonald Street

Building 1143

Montgomery, AL 36115

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This powerful lecture will discuss many facets of active shooter response. The active shooter history will be discussed, including the constant modification of active shooter attacks based on research the shooter(s) conducted. Research of the active shooter “stopwatch of death” will be discussed, emphasizing the criticality of rapid response. The profile of the active shooter will also be explored, including predictors based on age, race, academic history, and social status. Adult active shooters will also be discussed, including revenge shooters, shooters making a statement with extreme violence, and terror-motivated shooters.

This presentation will also discuss law enforcement tactics and the implementation of fire and EMS personnel into the response plan. This presentation will discuss priorities for police, fire, and EMS personnel as well as the need for integrated response. Last, lessons learned from multiple active shooter events will be discussed including, the various “scenes” at an active shooter event, asymmetric perpetrator tactics, casualty collection points, marking the deceased, tactical breaching, command and control, 9-1-1 communications, medical care, and integration of the rescue task force.

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Air Force Senior NCO Academy

550 McDonald Street

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Montgomery, AL 36115

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