- (a)Take all reasonable steps to obtain emergency medical attention for all apparently injured individuals.
- (b)Attempt to obtain a brief overview of the situation from any non-shooter officer(s).
- 1.In the event that there are no non-shooter officers, the supervisor should attempt to obtain a brief voluntary overview from one shooter officer.
- (c)If necessary, the supervisor may administratively order any officer from this department to immediately provide public safety information necessary to secure the scene and pursue suspects.
- 1.Public safety information shall be limited to such things as outstanding suspect information, number and direction of shots fired, parameters of the incident scene, identity of known witnesses and similar information.
- (d)Absent a voluntary statement from any officer(s), the initial on scene supervisor should not attempt to order any officer to provide other than public safety information.
- (e)Provide all available information to the Watch Commander and Communications (If feasible, sensitive information should be communicated over secure networks).
- (f)Take command of and secure the incident scene with additional personnel until relieved by a detective supervisor or other assigned personnel.
- (g)As soon as practical, shooter officers should respond or be transported (separately, if feasible) to the station for further direction.
- 1. Each involved officer should be given an administrative order not to discuss the incident with other involved officers pending further direction from a supervisor.
- 2. When an officer's weapon is taken or left at the scene (e.g. evidence), the officer will be provided with a comparable replacement weapon or transported to the station by other officers.
Write necessary administrative reports and make notifications
Tactically: Remember resources, May need call mutual aid to help with calls, Coroners, DA Office, LASD Homicide, Lt's, Captains, Chief, City Manager & Mayor, City Psychologist, POA Rep., Public Information Officer, etc.