Lessons learned from U.S. mass shootings

This article reviews the 2015 San Bernardino, California and 2016 Orlando, Florida mass shootings and police responses, along with lessons learned. It notes that “In both instances, patrol and traffic officers, investigators, and command personnel—not tactical teams—were the first law enforcement personnel to arrive on scene” and considers whether current active shooter protocols need to be adapted to fit terrorist, IED, and suicide-bomber scenarios.

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