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    Active Shooter Incidents

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    Between 2000 and 2013, an estimated 160 active shooter incidents occurred within the United States resulting in 1043 casualties, 483 of which died (DHS, 2015). No pattern or commonality exists in the selection of victims; which supports that these types of situations evolve rapidly and are very dynamic. This essay will provide a training scenario for an active shooter response. There will be a discussion of the organizational goal, adjusted procedures, and their strengths and weaknesses within the organization, with an overall emphasis on effective communication. An Escalating Problem: The frequency of deadly active shooter incidents has increased to the point active shooter incidents have become a commonality in modern American society. According to an article published by ABC News (2016), recent reports from the FBI indicate the years of 2014 and 2015 twenty active shooter incidents occurred each year. This was nearly six times more than any other time in the preceding sixteen years. This creates a unique situation in which law enforcement officers must be adequately trained to respond, in conjunction with other law enforcement agencies to resolve these high risk critical incidents. The Interagency Security Council defines an active shooter…

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    Active Shooter Agencies

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    University, MCPHS University and Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine. Problem Statement. Active shooter incidents are not uncommon in present-day American life. These events occur on city streets, healthcare facilities, educational institutions, small and large towns, urban and rural communities across the United States. The shooters who carry out these malice crimes do not discriminate on age, young or old, gender, male or female, family members, religion, and/or socioeconomic…

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    An Active Shooter is defined as an individual that engages in killing or attempts to kill people in a confined and populated area. Active Shooting leaves little to no time for planning and requires immediate law enforcement action. This happens to be one of the greatest threats college campuses. There is typically no specific profile to describe an Active Shooter. When an Active Shooting occurs, the officer automatically has to protect all the are involved. His or her life no longer matters at…

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    Active Shooter Analysis

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    The song Active Shooter brings attention to the problems of gun violence, specifically at school. It talks about how easy it is to get a gun, and how anybody at any age could receive a gun and do serious damage with it. ¨Any kid in America walk in and you sell them a bullet any kid in America. (Verse 2 Active Shooter). Any kid in America is right. Receiving a weapon would not be very difficult if the person truly attempted to. This particular problem is what´s causing EMA to produce and sing a…

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    Essay On Active Shooter

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    Introduction There is no doubting that legislators are fast to enact new programs and policies. The moment that tragedy strikes, the natural reaction is “we must fix this.” The media and the general public push politicians to enact policies and programs that may not be effective or even safe. Over the past decade, the media has broadcast coverage over many active shooters from Sandy Hook Elementary School to Virginia Tech to must notably, the Columbine shooting. Just how often are these…

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    In order to better prepare myself if there is an active shooter on campus is to start scanning the room or buildings I go to on a daily basis to get an idea of the best escape routes and hiding places in that building. In order to communicate safety to residents to prepare them if an active shooter is on campus or in the building is to have an informational event that goes over the Run Hide Fight method and other ways they can prepare. Also, having posters with reminders around the hall on how…

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    Run………………………HIDE…………………………….FIGHT Assessing an active shooter policy/procedure for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Miami Regional Operations Center Prepared by: Ronya Walters-Cash Crime Intelligence Analyst II Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) Miami Regional Operations Center (MROC) FLEAA Class XXIV June 9th, 2015 Executive Summary page The purpose of this assessment was to create and promote an active shooter policy and an active shooter procedure/drill for the…

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    demonstrating abilities in the people-oriented listening style look for areas of commonality with their conversation partner with an instinctive ability to empathetically listen giving them strong connection to the emotional messages being conveyed. As a Non-Commissioned Officer, it is imperative to the mission that those individuals in whom I was given charge were physically and mentally prepared to carry out assigned duties. If for any reason there were issues, whether personal or…

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    I realized that even though I was not able to directly use cathartic skills, I still learned that something as simple as providing my presence to D.B. still played a beneficial role. Also, utilization of active listening skills such as observing D.B.’s nonverbal behaviours and monitoring my own nonverbal behaviours aided in this situation, even though I did not think much of it during the event. While I did not realize it at first, my feelings of self-doubt masked the fact that I did possess…

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    The first task is to schedule the meeting with her support system. The second task is to have the meeting with her support system. The third task is to tell them what is going on in her life at the meeting and ask them for help. Write a brief essay discussing the importance of active listening and how we ask questions. Write a reflective response and a follow-up question for the following statements listed below as a part of your essay. Active listening is vital in social work field. Active…

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