This article tells the story of Lieutenant Mike Madden and his personal experience as the first officer on scene at the Inland Regional Center active shooter attack in San Bernardino, California. He describes how decisions he made before starting his shift affected his safety.
Length: 5 pages
Publication Date: November 2018
Authors: Lieutenant Mike Madden
Topics: Officer Safety, Bullet-Resistant Vest, High-Risk Calls, Professionalism, Complacency, Casualty Care, Equipment, Critical Incidents, Active Shooter Events, Special Groups, Executive
This video is Part 1 of the Social Media Officer Safety—Protecting Your Digital Footprint video series....
This video is Part 1 of the Social Media Officer Safety—Protecting Your Digital Footprint video series. Specifically, Part 1 discusses personally identifiable information (PII), how it is obtained, and how minimizing your digital footprints is an officer safety issue.