International Anti-Terrorism Preparedness and Tactical Considerations for Responders (abstract)

This article summarizes the findings of a joint IAFC/DHS/Harvard Kennedy School mission to Paris, France to learn lessons from the response to the complex, coordinated terrorist attacks on November 13, 2015. This article contains a summary of the incidents of November 13 along with tactical considerations that an incident commander might face while responding to a similar incident.

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    • Featured Active Shooter Toolkit
    • Protected content
    • Large-Scale Response
    • Homeland Security/Terrorism
    • Active Shooter
  • Resource Type:
    • Article
  • Organizational Author:
    • External

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