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Disaster Zone Podcast: The 2017 Las Vegas Mass Shooting

Everyone can learn something from this event.

It is an unfortunate reality that mass shootings have become commonplace in our society. They have happened in schools, workplaces, grocery stores, malls, churches, synagogues, theaters and entertainment venues. No place is safe anymore.

With this being true, citizens, first responders, medical personnel and emergency managers need to be prepared to deal with the actual response to the shooting and the aftermath.

In this Disaster Zone podcast, “The 2017 Las Vegas Mass Shooting,” I’m sure you will find at least one tidbit of information that you can put to good use.

Here’s the description of the podcast: “It is an unfortunate truth that mass shootings are becoming much more common. In this podcast we learn about the deadliest mass shooting in the history of the United States, the Las Vegas Mass Shooting event in 2017 My guest is Carolyn Levering, Emergency Management Director for the City of Las Vegas. She provides a compelling account for what happened and then the aftermath of the incident. There are number of lessons to be learned from listening to this podcast, to include—be ready for an increase hacking of your jurisdiction’s IT systems.”
Eric Holdeman is a contributing writer for Emergency Management magazine and is the former director of the King County, Wash., Office of Emergency Management.
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