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Fools Rush In

September 1, 2002

Then you see them, casualties. Many of them, grotesquely motionless, obscured by the low hanging mist.

I Heard the Snap of the Tower...

November 1, 2001

On the morning of Tuesday, September 11, 2001, shortly after eight in the morning, I transmitted a tone and announced a third alarm for the borough of Manhattan, N.Y. The call was initially reported as a high-rise fire in the World Trade Center tower 1.

Emergency Management and Emergency Operations Centers

November 1, 2001

Disasters can happen anywhere and, as so poignantly demonstrated in New York, it's our job to manage and mitigate them.

Real Players Resist Urge to Armchair QB

January 1, 2000

Having trained thousands of law enforcement officers in the proper response to and resolution of critical incidents, we watched the Columbine tragedy as courageous tactical officers executed a hurried but effective plan to safely "clear the school."

Rail Accident Sites Offer Serious Safety Hazards

September 1, 1996

Our profession as police officers places us in that special category of first respon­ders. We often respond to accident scenes where community members have, through stupidity or misfortune, tangled with trains or trolley systems. In all cases, the train wins.

No Nonsense Negotiations

April 1, 1996

With improved communications systems, alarm systems and faster response times, first responders now have the advantage of arriving in the early stages — before things get out of control.

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