Frontline Safety & Security Magazine: Critical Incident Management Response by Monique Rollin

Even the smallest agency needs a critical incident response plan. It’s time for smaller agencies to improve skills, training and response levels to become part of the communal team effort for Critical Incident Management Response.

Published on Jan 11, 2021

CCII is proud to announce that Monique Rollin, Vice President and Director of Training is featured in this month's Frontline Safety and Security Magazine.  (2020 Frontline Security: Vol 15, No 2) Even the smallest agency needs a critical incident response plan. Small municipal police services that rely on mutual aid agreements are still the primary agency, and are just one call away from a critical incident that could cripple their response capacity. No town, location or community is exempt from violence and catastrophe. It’s too late when chaos erupts. 

Incidents in rural areas, like the recent mass killings in rural Nova Scotia, tell us that our agencies can’t call for assistance and stand by to wait for the cavalry to arrive. 

The article can be found at: https://security.frontline.online/article/2020/2/15638-Critical-Incident-Mgmt-Response

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Frontline Safety & Security Magazine: Critical Incident Management Response by Monique Rollin
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