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McKinney Shooter Certified In Law Enforcement

August 18, 2010
Sharp was certified by the Texas Department of Public Safety to work as a security guard in 2004, after being licensed three years earlier as a jailer by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education.

Active Shooter Response: POLICE-TREXPO East

August 17, 2010

POLICE-TREXPO East started today in Chantilly, Va., and one of the highlights was the class on the Mumbai massacre taught by Don Alwes. Alwes is a lead instructor for the National Tactical Officers Association who specializes in active shooters and homeland security. Police Magazine's Editor David Griffith interviewed Alwes about active shooter response tactics and what the bad guys are doing to counter.

McKinney (Texas) PD's Active Shooter Briefing

August 17, 2010

The McKinney (Texas) Police Department's Deputy Chief Scott Brewer speaks at a press conference to brief the media on Tuesday's shooting in front of the agency's headquarters.

Flex Field Articulating Ballistic Barrier

July 20, 2010
The new Patriot3 Flex Field Articulating Ballistic/Fragmentation Barrier is highly mobile and adjustable. Because it is articulated, it can be used in different configurations and in both rigid and non-rigid states while maintaining mobility.

California First Responders Test Port Terrorism Response

May 19, 2010
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger led the exercise—known as Golden Guardian—that simulated a terrorist takeover of a passenger ferry near the Port of Long Beach and an active shooter in Shoreline Aquatic Park in Long Beach.

California Deputy Stops Shooting Rampage

May 6, 2010
The gunman had doused areas of the home with gasoline. He shot five of the 10 residents of the home before the deputy shot the gunman, who carried an AK-47 rifle. Residents of the home were reportedly jumping out of the upstairs windows.

The Active Shooter: Patrol's Number One Training Concern

March 25, 2010
The case for the hunter becoming the hunted will, often, come down to you, the patrol officer. You will be the last line of defense for those who are coming under attack.

Officer Survival 2010: How Can SWAT Prevent Duty Deaths?

February 2, 2010
So what can SWAT do to help? For the answer, we should look at SWAT's role in diffusing two of the deadliest threats to society in modern times: snipers and active shooters.

A Grab Bag to Go

January 12, 2010
I find it a necessity now more than ever to have a grab bag within arm's reach. To prepare for active shooters, school crises, and terrorism, you've got to have the necessary equipment and now!

Las Vegas Courthouse Shooter was Upset Over Benefits Fight

January 5, 2010
FBI Special Agent Joseph Dickey of the Las Vegas field office said investigators believe the gunman was acting alone when he fatally shot the officer and wounded a deputy U.S. marshal. Dickey said the shooting, which occurred about 8:05 a.m. at the courthouse at 333 Las Vegas Blvd. South, didn't appear to be an act of terrorism.

Unarmed Victim Zones

December 14, 2009

Like civilians trapped in a store, bank, or restaurant when a gunman barges in and starts shooting, the Fort Hood soldiers were left with their bare hands as their only weapons.

Fort Hood Officer Says Her Patrol Career Is Over

December 7, 2009
Officer Kim Munley, one of two civilian officers who helped end the Fort Hood shooting spree, says she is unlikely to return to patrol duties.

Fort Hood: Can It Happen to Us?

November 10, 2009
Murders of law enforcement personnel by their brethren are not without precedent. Lovers' triangles have resulted in murder-suicides; subordinates have shot superiors; ex-cops-cum-felons have killed lawmen.

Officer Used Lessons From Virginia Tech To Halt Fort Hood Shooter

November 9, 2009
Civilian officer Kimberly Munley is credited with applying lessons learned from the 2007 rampage at Virginia Tech to halt an active shooter at Fort Hood before he killed more victims, the Christian Science Monitor reports.

SWAT Unit Evacuates Victims of Orlando High-rise Shooting

November 6, 2009
At least seven people with serious gunshot wounds were brought out of an Orlando, Fla., office building Friday, a spokeswoman with the city fire department said.

FBI Team Will Recreate Fort Hood Shooting

November 6, 2009
The FBI announced it has sent a special team of investigators from Washington, D.C., to Fort Hood to recreate a mass shooting at the military base that left 13 dead, USA Today reports.

Army Officials Praise Police Woman Who Wounded Fort Hood Shooter

November 6, 2009
Kimberly Munley, who remains hospitalized with the other victims, confronted the suspected shooter Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, who drew two handguns and began firing in a building where soldiers were preparing to deploy overseas.

TREXPO East 2009: Active Shooter Panel Focuses on Tactics and Training

October 30, 2009

More than 60 officers attended an Active Shooter Panel discussion at TREXPO East, participating in a lively discussion of how to respond to lone gunmen, coordinated attacks, and even terrorist incidents.

Columbine: The Horror Writer

September 18, 2009

POLICE Magazine editor David Griffith recently spoke with "Columbine" author Dave Cullen about the psychology of Eric Harris, law enforcement response the day of the massacre, the investigation, and how school shootings can be prevented.

TREXPO Panel: Active Shooter Response Spurs Lively Discussion

August 19, 2009
"Active shooters are a tactical-officer problem not a tactical-team problem," PoliceMag.com SWAT columnist Robert O’Brien said opening the discussion.
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