} Active Shooter Response - Tagged Posts - POLICE Magazine
Search Close Menu

Tag Search Result

Active Shooter Response

California Workplace Killer Locked Gates to Keep Police Out

Officers arriving at the business complex of Unified Homes heard gunfire and could not get through the gates. They secured bolt cutters, went through the gates, and engaged the suspected shooter.

Read more

DA Releases Detailed Report on Death of CA Deputy During 2018 Mass Shooting Response

The report includes video that shows Ventura County Sheriff's Sgt. Ron Helus returning fire against the active shooter even after being shot in the heart.

NYPD Officers Fatally Shoot Man Who Opened Fire Outside Cathedral

None of the carolers or people nearby were injured or killed in the incident outside the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, police said.

Minnesota Officers Protected by Lenco BearCat Armored Vehicle During Active Shooter Response

Officers who responded to the shooting used the BearCat to keep them shielded from gunfire as the vehicle defeated the rounds of bullets that struck its body, windows, roof and hood.

NoizeBarrier Range SA

When seconds count in active shooter situations, go operational in an instant.

Alabama Police Chief: "We Prevented a Mass Shooting"

The chief of police for the Spanish Fort (AL) Police Department told reporters that his officers were able to take into custody a man who had allegedly been planning a mass shooting and had opened fire inside a Bass Pro Shops retail store.

Texas Officers May Have Stopped Active Shooter at Walmart Monday

Marco Antonio Sigala Jr., 27, exchanged gunfire with officers and was killed Monday at a Walmart Supercenter in Weslaco.

Taking Command at Active Shooter Incidents

When seconds mean lives and officers and other public safety professionals are responding from all directions, it's critical that someone shows leadership.

FL Sergeant Fired Over Actions at Parkland Shooting Reinstated with Back Pay

An arbitrator has dismissed the case against Brian Miller. According to a statement from the union that represents deputies and sergeants, the arbitrator found that the Broward County SO violated Miller’s due process rights when Sheriff Gregory Tony terminated him long after state law allowed it.

Read more

Victim Toll in Canadian Rampage Shooting Rises to 22

Authorities with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police announced on Tuesday that the death toll in the rampage shooting in Nova Scotia has risen to 22 individuals—and may increase as they investigate various crime scenes left behind by the killer over many hours of his attacks.