ITTA Signal: On Being Prepared for Multiple Active Shooter Threat

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Read ITTA Signal’s new article ‘On Being Prepared: Multiple Active Shooter Threat’: Active Shooter Threat is persistent problem for law enforcement now aggravated by the spectre of the Foreign Fighter. Our readiness, response, and resilience depends on you. See more

ITTA Signal: Cyber Cops in Korea

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Read ITTA Signal’s new article ‘Cyber Cops in Korea’: Hear about the world of law enforcement personnel in Korea whose beat is cyberspace. See more

ITTA Signal: How to Call In a 9-Line MEDEVAC and MIST Report

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Read ITTA Signal’s new article ‘How to Call In a 9-Line MEDEVAC and MIST Report.’

Get your friends home safely! Review your agency’s medical evacuation training and procedure for the fast and time critical movement of wounded, injured, or ill to a higher order of care and trauma facility. “Unfortunately, in today’s military the chances of using a 9-Line MEDEVAC (medical evacuation) format in combat is high and many operational personnel are not receiving the training required to properly call it in to medical personnel. If a MEDEVAC is improperly called in the patient may not receive medical care in a timely manner, possibly resulting in catastrophic consequences.” See More

Tactical Solutions Magazine: Summer 2014

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Read the Summer 2014 edition of Tactical Solutions Magazine: For articles on  Integrating Bomb Technicians to Tactical Units, Police Operational Philosophy, the Mindset of the Edge/Impact Weapon Specialist, Tactics and the Terrorist Threat,  Conducting Organizational Analysis: Bridging the Gap Between Intelligence and Operations, VORTEX: Vehicle Operations, Rescue Tactics, and more.

ITTA Signal: The Piracy Challenge

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Read ITTA Signal’s new article ‘The Piracy Challenge.’

“We must first congratulate the multinational efforts and partnerships which have worked to combat piracy on the Indian Ocean. The presence of naval forces and those force protection measures which work to harden maritime targets have greatly reduced the incidence of piracy in the Gulf of Aden. But we must also remember that if these measures  weaken, the attacks will certainly renew.”