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Highlighting the importance of PACE planning in addressing potential security threats, crowd management issues and emergency responses for large gatherings
“I was standing right in front of Union Station, just to the west of the stage, when I heard shots fired.”
A detailed analysis of the Uvalde incident unveils critical flaws in active shooter response, offering vital insights for law enforcement agencies nationwide
The Rapid All-Terrain Tower (RATT) vehicle mast goes up fast and fits on popular 2x2” hitch
The number of attacks is alarming, but we are seeing more stories about successes from police intervention before and during attacks
The custom command center could also double as a SWAT/Tactical response unit
The service provides critical data resulting in reduced emergency response times
Gordon Graham and Chief Mike Ranalli provide insight into how you can improve incident analysis in your department and use the information to implement lasting change.
Six steps to balancing efficiency and safety when multiple officers converge on a scene
It is worthwhile for police administrators to periodically review these agreements and for individual officers to have read and understood their roles in these efforts
Law enforcement must continue to keep these low-frequency, high-consequence events at the forefront of their training
Police and fire agencies worked together to prepare and care for a major ski event
Rolling Fork officers lost cars, equipment, their station and homes after an E-4 tornado struck the town
Rolling Fork community devastated after 170-mph tornado hits small town of 2,000 people
The Sharkey County Sheriff’s Office in Rolling Fork reported gas leaks and people trapped in piles of rubble
The ability to mitigate intel and communication dysfunction requires many more training reps than what is currently budgeted for
La Crosse police work hard to keep the peace during Octoberfest, and this year, a perimeter protection plan was introduced to prevent a Waukesha-style attack
The gigantic exhibit hall showcases products and technology aimed to improve officer efficiency and safety
This was the first civil trial from the Portland 2020 protests to reach a jury, with more than 50 similar lawsuits pending against the city
“I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t scared. It didn’t hinder anyone on my team’s actions. We did what we had to do.”
Even if a detailed plan for every contingency isn’t possible, just having the idea of what might happen can lessen the shock and improve response
In this video, risk management expert Gordon Graham outlines how LE and fire can cooperate effectively on scene
While the report covers many areas of improvement, one devastatingly important factor current LEOs should consider is the need to share intelligence and information
A Police1 webinar presenter addresses how the unified staging of vehicles brings order to chaos during an MCI
A Police1 webinar presenter addresses the issue of on scene vehicle security during a mass casualty event
One agency is using virtual reality to tackle both
Digital playbooks allow incident response coordinators to plan, execute and monitor their operations through their tablets, smartphones, or laptops
Read, save and share these resources to ensure each public safety agency is ready to respond and collaborate while on scene of your next potential MCI
From vehicle security to on scene command and control, our experts address attendees’ areas of concern