Strategic Approaches to Information Sharing: A Report on the 2013 National Summit on Preventing Multiple Casualty Violence [open pdf - 2MB]
From the Executive Summary: "The '2013 National Summit on Preventing Multiple Casualty Violence: Strategic Approaches to Information Sharing' was the second in a series of summits that intends to expand the national dialogue on preventing the types of heartbreaking incidents that have unfolded in places like Virginia Tech; Newtown, Connecticut; and Aurora, Colorado. [...] In an effort to improve the safety and security of the nation's communities, the summit brought together a cross-section of stakeholders from a variety of disciplines, including law enforcement, academia, law, medicine, education, social sciences, private security, emergency management, law enforcement training, and psychology. The 31 attendees participated in breakout discussions and a tabletop exercise, listened to presentations on lessons learned from past incidents and successful prevention models, and engaged in conversation with a panel of leaders from a local community. They expanded the discourse on the recommendations that emerged during the 2012 summit and further developed strategies in key areas, including developing a public awareness campaign, identifying and implementing community-based prevention models, and beginning to identify training needs for members of the public safety community."
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center: https://www.fletc.gov/
2013 National Summit on Preventing Multiple Casualty Violence. Glynco, GA. April 9-11, 2013