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It is imperative that the first responding officer to a random act of violence differentiate between a_________ and ________ hostage situation, active shooter
What tragic event occurred that caused police agencies across America to change their tactics in rapid response to actors killing innocent persons? Columbine High School
What is the correct response to a hostage/ barricaded situation Contain , control, communicate, call SWAT and hostage negotiators, Create Immediate action plan
The patrol response to an active shooter requires an immediate action plan that is designed to Isolate, distract and neutralize
the number one goal when responding to an active shooter or homicide in progress is to Stop the killing
When evaluating the need to close the distance what should you ask? can you eliminate the threat? Can you restrict or isolate the suspects movements and can you take resources away from the suspects?
what are the priorities of work after a lethal engagement occurs? security, Immediate action plan, medical
what is important to remember when faced with an armed threat and limited to no cover is available action is faster than reaction
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