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Wash. Cops Fatally Shoot School Gunman Who Fired at Pedestrians

September 26, 2011
Issaquah (Wash.) Police officers fatally shot a man armed with two rifles fired at officers and pedestrians after entering school grounds during a football game. He had also attempted to break into a vehicle and backhoe.

Video: Officers Exonerated In Ark. Courthouse Shooting

September 22, 2011
James Ray Palmer, 48, entered the Crawford County Courthouse in Van Buren on Sept. 13 with several handguns and a rifle. He began searching for Judge Gary Cottrell and, after entering his office, fired at staff members.

Arkansas Courthouse Shooting

September 22, 2011

James Ray Palmer entered a courthouse in Van Buren, Ark., on Sept. 13 and opened fire inside a judge's office. Responding officers struck Palmer as he exited the courthouse.

Sheriff: IHOP Attack Worst In Carson City's History

September 8, 2011
The Carson City County (Nev.) Sheriff described a gunman's killing of four people at an IHOP restaurant this week as "the most devastating attack in Carson City's history."

Five Dead In Nevada IHOP Rampage

September 6, 2011
Three uniformed National Guard members were killed by a man who opened fire this morning in a Carson City, Nev., IHOP restaurant before shooting himself.

N.Y. Teen Girl Paralyzed In Shooting at 'Drama Free' Queens Party

August 29, 2011
About 100 people were packed into a backyard at the home, when a gunman climbed over a rear fence and opened fire on the crowd, striking 11 young people around 1 a.m. Saturday.

Active Shooter Response Bag

August 26, 2011
Uncle Mike's Active Shooter Response (ASR) bag has MOLLE compatible webbing for customizing to officer needs, and an outer hook-and-loop strip for visible identification. Multiple elastic and hook-and-loop strips allow for further customization.

Patrol Shields Vs. Active Shooters

August 12, 2011

Newer shields developed with patrol officers in mind are lighter weight and designed to allow officers to shoot while carrying them. They can also easily fit in a patrol car.

Investigators ID Cop Who Ended Ohio Rampage

August 10, 2011
Officer Ben Campbell has served with the agency as a part-time officer since 2000. He was hired by the agency as a full-time patrol officer in 2003.

Former Cop who Confronted Ohio Gunman 'Did What Was Necessary to Do'

August 9, 2011
After Keith Lavery left his house, he joined with a Copley Township PD officer who he described as a "battle buddy." He was asked if he feels like a hero. "I don't feel like a hero," he said. "I feel like what I did was necessary to do, and I would do it again."

Ohio Rampage: How 5 Agencies Responded

August 7, 2011
Five Ohio law enforcement agencies responded and began processing four crime scenes tied to a rampage shooting that left eight people dead on Sunday. Copley Township Police Chief Michael Mier led the coordinated effort to set up a perimeter, secure crime scenes and collect evidence.

20 Injured In Two Seattle-Area Shootings

July 25, 2011
Twenty people were wounded in two separate shootings in south King County over the weekend at a car show and casino.

Texas Roller-Rink Shooter 'Had Targets'

July 25, 2011
A father fatally shot his estranged wife and four members of her family during a private party for their 11-year-old son at Forum Roller World in Grand Prarie.

Responding To the Tucson Shooting

July 18, 2011

For policing professionals, the Tucson shooting offers another opportunity: to analyze the local public safety response to learn what worked, what could have been done better, and what takeaway lessons might help other agencies respond to a mass-casualty incident in their own city.

Fort Hood Shooting Suspect to Face Death Penalty

July 7, 2011
Lt. Gen. Donald Campbell Jr., Fort Hood's commander, also ordered a court-martial for a trial that's likely to begin in about a year. Hasan faces 13 counts of premeditated murder and 32 specifications of attempted premeditated murder.

N.Y. Pharmacy Gunman Wanted Painkillers

June 21, 2011
Four people killed during a pharmacy store robbery in suburban New York City, including a teenager due to graduate high school this week, were shot at very close range by a dangerous suspect intent on stealing painkillers.

Active Shooter at Nursing Home: The Answer

June 10, 2011
With this SWAT blog, we're answering a question proposed in the earlier blog, "Active Shooter at Nursing Home: Engage or Wait for Backup?" You told us how you would handle the active-shooter scenario proposed. Now, we'll give you the actual outcome from the incident.

Judge Finds Loughner Unfit To Stand Trial

May 25, 2011
A federal judge Wednesday agreed with two doctors who testified that suspected Tucscon shooter Jared Loughner is unfit to stand trial and will instead receive treatment at a facility in Springfield, Mo.

Active Shooter at Nursing Home: Engage or Wait for Backup?

May 25, 2011
With this SWAT blog, we're presenting an active-shooter scenario for your consideration. We'd like to know how you would handle it, so please add your comments below. The scenario is based on an actual incident.

Shots Fired: Panama City, Florida 12/14/2010

May 17, 2011

At the sight of the man with the gun, word spread quickly throughout the building, reaching Mike Jones, chief of safety, security, and police for Bay District Schools, who was in his fourth floor office. Running downstairs, Jones arrived to find Clay A. Duke casually swinging the barrel of his gun back and forth at the men assembled frozen before him.

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