About UslAdvertisinglMagazinelNewsletterlContact Usl Instagram

Responding to Active Shooter Incidents

By WILLIAM FLETCHERScenario: You sit in quarters working on one of your shift’s many routine tasks. Suddenly, the dispatcher broadcasts the following alert message: “Engine 1, Engine 2, Ladder 1, Ambulance 1, Battalion 1: Respond to 123 Main Street, Central City High School, for report of multiple gunshots fired with numerous injuries.” A sudden adrenaline rush hurries you toward the apparatus floor. Your pulse quickens as you remember the images of numerous school crisis events that have occurred in the past few years, such as a high school student dangling from a second-floor library window trying to lower himself to safety as well as several law enforcement officers c...

Already a member of the Fire Engineering Training Network?  If yes, please sign in!


Why Subscribe?

  Gain Access to:
  • Latest Training & Drills
  • New Techniques
  • Technology Advances
  • Proven Tactics
  • Research to help reduce injuries & Deaths
  • Insight from the fire service's most experienced

      More Information >>