The Department of Justice's, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) released Thursday its after-action assessment of the Metro's response to the ambush of two police officers, Alyn Beck, and Igor Soldo, on June 8, 2014.
The report titled, "Las Vegas After-Action Assessment: Lessons Learned from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department's Ambush Incident," provides a detailed analysis of that tragic day on June 8, 2014, and the events that followed. It also offers key findings to help law enforcement agencies better strategize efforts to maintain officer safety in incidents such as ambushes or active shooter situations.
The reports findings in regards to the response coordination and communications praised Metro Police for their actions in this extreme situation, but it also pointed out some areas for improvement. The area of improvement mainly consists of communication. ... Read More