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Further Details Revealed About Milwaukee Active Shooter Incident

Authorities have released additional details of the active shooter incident at a Molson Coors complex in Milwaukee that left five employees dead before the killer turned a gun on himself.

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5 People Killed in Active Shooter Attack on Milwaukee Brewery

Five employees were killed Wednesday afternoon during an active shooter attack at the MillerCoors headquarters in Milwaukee, WI, said Police Chief Alfonso Morales at a press conference Wednesday night. The suspect is dead.

North Carolina Sergeant Wounded in Deadly Shooting at City Sanitation Department

The shooter reportedly fired at police, and the officer was shot twice. He was reportedly hit in the leg and abdomen. Police returned fire and killed the shooter.

2 IL Officers Wounded in Workplace Shooting Return to Full Duty

Two Aurora, IL, police officers shot in the line of duty during a mass shooting at a manufacturing company's headquarters in February are returning to full duty after spending the past nine months recovering.

3 French Officers, 1 Other Killed in Knife Attack

A veteran police employee in France reportedly used a knife to kill four of his colleagues at Police Headquarters in the heart of Paris on Thursday before being shot dead in the building's vast courtyard.

Florida Officer Who Allegedly Made Workplace Violence Threat Resigns

An officer with the Tarpon Springs (FL) Police Department who reportedly threatened to "shoot up" his department if he didn't get the job he wanted has resigned from the agency.

5 People Stabbed at Florida Business, Suspect in Custody

Interim Tallahassee Police Chief Steve Outlaw said co-workers fought off the knife-wielding man with objects in the office.

Officer Saved by Vest, 2 Employees Killed in Mississippi Walmart Shooting

Police responded to the scene just minutes after the first 911 calls were received and located the suspect in the parking lot.

Video: Gunfight Between Officers and VA Beach Gunman Lasted More Than 10 Minutes

Virginia Beach Police Chief James Cervera said the gunman opened fire on four of his officers immediately after they made contact with him on the second floor of the building and the exchange of fire between officers and the suspect was "double-digit minutes" long.

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(Video) Police Trainer Don Alwes on Active Shooter Response

Don Alwes discusses some of the pre-attack behaviors that might indicate an imminent attack, as well as ways in which law enforcement can improve its response when an active shooter event does occur.