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FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin - September 2010

FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin - September 2010

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Features

Revisiting Active-Shooter Protocols for Schools
By Michael E. Buerger and Geoffrey E. Buerger
An effective response requires school specific planning and coordination grounded in local conditions.


Effective Firearms Training
By Keith Cain
One agency implemented a successful, cost-effective firearms training program for its personnel.


The Supreme Court Revisits the Miranda Right to Silence
By Jonathan L. Rudd
The Supreme Court’s most recent Miranda decision addresses both the invocation and waiver of the Miranda right to remain silent.
Features

Revisiting Active-Shooter Protocols for Schools
By Michael E. Buerger and Geoffrey E. Buerger
An effective response requires school specific planning and coordination grounded in local conditions.


Effective Firearms Training
By Keith Cain
One agency implemented a successful, cost-effective firearms training program for its personnel.


The Supreme Court Revisits the Miranda Right to Silence
By Jonathan L. Rudd
The Supreme Court’s most recent Miranda decision addresses both the invocation and waiver of the Miranda right to remain silent.

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U.S. Department of Justice
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Effective Firearms Training
September 2010
 
115
Departments
ISSN 0014-5688USPS 383-310
Features
United StatesDepartment of JusticeFederal Bureau of InvestigationWashington, DC 20535-0001Robert S. Mueller IIIDirector
Contributors’ opinions and statementsshould not be considered anendorsement by the FBI for any policy,program, or service.The attorney general has determinedthat the publication of this periodicalis necessary in the transaction of thepublic business required by law. Useof funds for printing this periodical hasbeen approved by the director of theOffice of Management and Budget.The
FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin 
(ISSN-0014-5688) is publishedmonthly by the Federal Bureau ofInvestigation, 935 PennsylvaniaAvenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.20535-0001. Periodicals postage paidat Washington, D.C., and additionalmailing offices. Postmaster: Sendaddress changes to Editor,
FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin 
, FBI Academy,Quantico, VA 22135.
Editor 
John E. Ott
Associate Editors 
David W. MacWhaBunny S. Morris
Art Director 
Denise Bennett Smith
Assistant Art Director 
Stephanie L. LoweThe Training Division’sOutreach and Communications Unitproduces this publication withassistance from the division’sNational Academy Unit.Issues are available online at
http://www.fbi.gov.
E-mail Address
leb@fbiacademy.edu 
Cover Photograph
 © iStockphoto.comSend article submissions to Editor,
FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin 
,FBI Academy, Quantico, VA 22135.
September 2010Volume 79Number 9
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An effective response requires school- specific planning and coordination grounded in local conditions.One agency implemented a successful,cost-effective firearms training program for its personnel.
Revisiting Active-ShooterProtocols for Schools
By Michael E. Buergerand Geoffrey E. Buerger
Effective Firearms Training
By Keith Cain
The Supreme Court Revisitsthe
Miranda 
Right to Silence
By Jonathan L. Rudd
11
Focus on Report Accuracy
Use-of-Force Reports
21
Unusual Weapon
 Walker Sword 
22 
Bulletin Reports
Youth’s Needs and ServicesJuveniles in ResidentialPlacement 
24 
Leadership Spotlight
 Walk with Me
The Supreme Court’s most recent 
Miranda
decision addresses both the invocation and waiver of the 
Miranda
 right to remain silent.
 
Those Terrible First Few Minutes 
Revisiting Active-Shooter Protocols for Schools 
By MICHAEL E. BUERGER, Ph.D., andGEOFFREY E. BUERGER, Ph.D.
September 2010 / 1
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Thinkstock.com
T
he term
active shooter 
entered thenational lexicon in the wake of the fatal shootings at ColumbineHigh School, a tragic capstone to similar devastation in other locales. The dynam-ics of Columbine redefined police re-sponse practices and spawned a constel-lation of in-school prevention initiatives.The educational community has placedconsiderable focus on having a plan in place against a dire eventuality. Theindustry standard protocol is gearedto targeted school violence by anaggrieved student, which has beenthe modal category of schoolshootings in recent years.
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