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Dear Police1 Member, 

Tomorrow marks the fifth anniversary of the horrific Route 91 Harvest festival shooting in Las Vegas. As we pause to reflect on the tragic events of that day, we remember those who lost their lives and those who were wounded and continue to live with the trauma of the attack. 

In today’s newsletter, Police1 columnists share their views on the progress law enforcement has made in event security since the Las Vegas shooting and areas of deficit we must address now to improve community safety.

PLUS: If you haven’t already done so, we urge you to bookmark this guide to mass casualty incident preparation resources for law enforcement to ensure your public safety agency is ready to respond.

Stay safe,   

— The Police1 Team 


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