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Fire Chiefs Conference June 2 2014 Baltimore MD Clark County Southern Nevada Fire Chief Bertral Washington Clark County Fire Department Fire Chief Willie McDonald Las Vegas Fire amp Rescue ID: 540113 Download Presentation

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2014 Metropolitan Fire Chiefs’ Conference

June 2, 2014Baltimore, MDSlide2

Clark County, Southern Nevada

Fire Chief Bertral Washington Clark County Fire Department

Fire Chief Willie McDonald

Las Vegas Fire & RescueSlide3

Professional Relationship

Southern Nevada Fire Chiefs AssociationFive BuglesAuto AidCommon Policies & ProceduresTraining

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police

Local County ChiefsSlide4

Las Vegas –


lark CountySlide5

Las Vegas –


lark CountySlide6

Las Vegas First Lady, Mayor GoodmanSlide7

LA Times Report

Isla Vista shootings: UC Santa Barbara community awash in grief

“Authorities said Rodger began by fatally stabbing three roommates at his apartment complex in the 6500 block of Seville Road in Isla Vista, then went to a sorority house a few blocks away and opened fire on three women outside, fatally wounding two of them.”


Recent History of Hostile MCIs

67 Mass shootings since 198230 since 2006, 7 in 2012, 5 in 2013More than half involve schools (12) or workplace (20)

30 in shopping malls, restaurants, religious, government buildings

All but 1 killers were males, average age is 35


Colorado Movie TheaterSikh Temple in WisconsinSanta MonicaWashington Navy YardSlide9

Hostile MCIs Across the CountrySlide10

Active Shooter Facts Provided by NYPD/DHS

1966 thru 2010281 events: excluded gangs, robberies, solely domestic disputes, hostage-taking incidents

98% single suspects, 96% male suspects, Avg. age of 35

36% involved multiple weapons

Schools 29%, office 13%, open commercial 23%, factory/warehouse 13%, other 49%

Resolution: 46% applied force (PD killed), 14% no applied force (negotiated end), 40% suicideRelationship to at least one victim: 41% work, 23% academic, 22% none, 9% other, 5% familySlide11

Victim Survivability Courtesy of the Firefighters Support Foundation

90% of deaths occurred prior to definitive care

42% immediately

26% in less than 5 minutes

16% between 5 and 30 minutes

8‐10% between 30 minutes and 2 hoursRemainder survived between 2 and 6 hours during prolonged extrication to careOnly 10% of combat deaths occur after care initiatedSlide12

Hostile MCI

History has shown that viable victims have died because Fire Departments, Law Enforcement, and Emergency Medical Services failed to have a unified a plan.

Compressible Hemorrhage, Tension Pneumothorax and basic airway issues are the interventions we need to address in the first 30 minutes. Slide13

Hostile MCI History

in Clark CountyMumbai

A contingent traveled to

India for lessons learned

LVMPD developed

MACTACFD identified need to participateFire Captain was assigned to the SNCTCFire Chiefs and Sheriff agreed to partner


and needs were shared and tested

A policy was written, followed by trainingSlide14

Development of Hostile MCI Response

Collaboration with law enforcementICS, Unified CommandDevelopment of policy, testing, drilling, revision

Support of management and labor

Labor support, employee buy-in is ESSENTIAL

Joint FD, PD leadership commitment

Unified – Commitment, adoption, training, implementation, scene managementSlide15

Foundation of Hostile MCI Response

Unified CommandGo – no goCops are cops, FF are FF

Force protection – warm zone (Fire Captains)

Hostile MCI bags

Ballistic Protection (yes or no)

Triage and removeFast in – get outSlide16

Implementation of Hostile MCI Response

Training for all personnelMCI Bags on all unitsBallistic Protection

Clark County Fire Department paved

the way


- Unified Command (Absolute)