Public Health

  Posted on: Friday, June 28, 2019
Hard Conversations About Soft Targets: DHS Workshop Aims to Save Lives in Mass Shootings
Homeland Security Today
With an escalating rate of active-shooter incidents and an alarming spike in the number of casualties inflicted in attacks on often soft targets, private-sector stakeholders ranging from office buildings to religious institutions are partnering with government to absorb protection and response strategies.

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