Research & Reports
After-Action/ Comprehensive Analysis of the Active Shooter Incident Reponse by the San Bernardino City Fire Department
Author: David Van Stralen, Sean D. McKay, George T. Williams, and Thomast A. Mercer
International Models and Innovation in Tactical Medical Support
Author: Matt Pepper
About: This report, conducted by ATMA President Matt Pepper, sets out the findings of a Churchill Fellowship research trip that was conducted in North America and Europe over two months in 2015.
The research focuses on the pre-hospital response to high threat incidents such as terrorism, sieges and active shooter incidents, as well as the integration of Paramedics with law enforcement teams.
The report makes a recommendation for the best way forward for an Australian high threat incident response model.
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