FEMA Adopts Active-Shooter Guidelines Calling For Warm Zones, Tourniquets; Hartford Consensus Drafted Plan After Sandy Hook Shootings

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has developed guidelines for responding to active-shooter events based on a plan devised by a group of physicians and emergency response officials started by a Hartford Hospital trauma physician.

The Hartford Consensus, a group that includes representatives from the Navy, the FBI, the Dallas SWAT team and elsewhere, met in Hartford during the spring and summer to develop a plan responding to mass shootings [ . . . ]

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