By Jinnie Chua
Communication is crucial in any response, but especially in large-scale complex incidents. Learn how agencies can create a shared platform for information flow between the fire service, police, and other public safety stakeholders.
By Keith Collins
Do members of the public know how to respond to emergencies like an active shooter incident? When should people shelter in place versus evacuate? Learn why workplaces must partner with local agencies to create diverse emergency action plans.
By Leischen Stelter
The recent Thomas Fire in California destroyed 281,893 acres over nearly six weeks and took with it two lives and 700 homes. The loss still weighs heavily on the firefighters who battled the fire, but here's how they are recovering.
By Dr. Michael Pittaro
Nikolas Cruz is the latest culprit in a string of deadly school shootings, so what do these adolescent shooters have in common? Learn how a lack of belonging, guidance and resilience contribute to an individual's likelihood to disregard society's norms and laws.
By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski
During active shooter and mass casualty incidents, officers experience high levels of stress that can remain long after the incident has passed. How can they prepare for the range of mental and physical responses when duty calls?
By Matthew Clark
Firefighters must contend with devastating natural disasters and other complex emergency situations. How can drones aid in their response and what do fire leaders need to consider when establishing a drone program?