FBINAA Associate Magazine Oct/Dec 2021
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The first word says it all–MASS. Mass, meaning many citizens, a large-scale incident that happens quickly, without notice, and a high amount of responding resources, often frommultiple different agencies. Mass casualty incidents perpetrated by ac- tive shooters are showing a disturbing upward trend over the years which compelled the FBI National Academy Associates to create a series of 2-day Leadership Forums for first respond- ers throughout the country. The Forum will provide attendees with the knowledge, skills and resources needed to improve initial response, emergency operations center and controlling the communications during/post crisis. The FBI National Academy Associates’ 2- day Officer Resiliency, Safety & Wellness Leadership Forum will convene law enforce- ment executives who will share officer resilience, safety and wellness case studies, new research, emerging issues that will improve and save lives, families, and careers of police officers around the globe. Participants will also have exclusive access to cutting-edge presenters and officer safety and wellness champions. Technology to enhance law enforcement investigations is rap- idly evolving with numerous techniques that are available to every department, regardless of size and budget. With the ever increasing scrutiny of law enforcement the FBI National Acad- emy Associates has put together this 2-day forum that will give attendees a greater understanding of numerous technological solutions for their department from crime solving, mapping of schools, government buildings, businesses to new identifica- tion methods. These advancements can assist the profession like never before. Each day law enforcement and school districts across the Unit- ed States are responsible for protecting our almost 133,000 schools and 63 million students, faculty, and staff. The FBI National Academy Associates and the School Safety Advocacy Council have partnered and announced a series of 2-day Lead- ership Forums for law enforcement executives and school ad- ministrators throughout the country. The Forums will provide attendees with the knowledge, skills, and resources needed to improve the overall security of their community’s schools while developing coordinated plans for a crisis response.
MASS CASUALTY RESPONSE
OFFICER RESILIENCY, SAFETY, & WELLNESS
PRACTICAL TECHNOLOGICAL SOLUTIONS
SCHOOL SHOOTING PREVENTION
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