From Columbine Forward: Policy and Leadership in Mass Casualty Shooting Events

  • Thursday, October 4, 2012
  • 11:00 AM EDT
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Understand what makes a mass casualty shooting event different from other types of critical incidents. Explore the impact on public policy and learn about the implications for leadership.

Topics Covered:

  • Overview of Mass Casualty Events
    • Columbine
    • Virginia Tech
    • Nickel Mines, Lancaster County, PA
    • Aurora, CO Theater Shooting
  • What makes a mass casualty shooting event different from other types of critical incidents?
  • Why is the relatively rare occurrence of a mass casualty event a matter of public policy concern?
  • How has what we’ve learned from mass casualty shootings impacted public policy and leadership during critical incidents?
  • Future implications for policy and leadership related to mass casualty events

 

Presenters
Tanya Settles, PhD
Instructor, Master of Public Administration
Kinshire King
Admissions Advisor, Master of Public Administration
Categories: Public Administration