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1 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Active Shooter Tabletop Exercise Dean Correia, Emeritus Faculty Security Executive Council National Food Service Security Council Annual Conference August 7, 2013

2 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Outline Introduction: Crisis Management Tabletop Exercise: General Overview and Instructions Tabletop Exercise: Joe’s Burger Shack – Segment One: Incident and Initial Response – Segment Two: Continued Response – Segment Three: Recovery 48 Hours Later 2

3 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Introduction: Crisis Management 3

4 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Critical Incidents… Unplanned, any time, anywhere Crisis Management Team – some may be away May not be caused by your company Require swift, decisive action involving multiple public sector components May include rescue operations, special police response, and highly trained firefighters 4

5 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Examples of a Critical Incident External crime Fires Extortion Supply chain disruption Workplace violence Severe weather Foodborne illness Product contamination Loss of propriety information 5

6 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Crisis Management Objectives Protect Life Protection Of The Environment Protection Of Assets Promote Effective Response Promote Recovery To “Better Than Before” Operations 6

7 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Decision Making Under Stress Johnson & Johnson Tylenol Incident Early 1980s in Chicago – 7 people died from taking Tylenol capsules that were filled with cyanide Johnson & Johnson had no formal crisis mgt team Formed team of senior managers who determined that product was not compromised during manufacture or shipping Nation wide product recall performed Spent considerable amount of money on development of tamper proof packages Launched media campaign to regain consumer confidence Emerged as a leader in tamper proof packaging and a forerunner in critical incident management 7

8 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Organization: Structured to Provide the Following Defined responsibilities Speed of decision making Effective communication system An ability to continue business 8

9 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Typical Crisis Management Team Crisis Mgt Team Leader Info Systems Finance Media Legal Operations Security & Risk Mgmt Human Resources Facilities 9

10 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. CMT Interfacing Crisis Mgt Team Leader Info Systems Finance Media Legal Operations Security Safety Human Resources Facilities Public Sector IRT Team Rep Emergency Operations Center Executive Decision Making Authority 10

11 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Tabletop Exercise: General Overview and Instructions 11

12 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Training Objectives Identify roles & clarify responsibilities Enhance skills Measure resources Build teamwork & Improve coordination Validate emergency response plan Provide feedback 12

13 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Exercise Format Enhanced Tabletop Exercise: Generic site scenario Public sector response is simulated Presented in PowerPoint Role cards at table?????? 13

14 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Exercise Scope Each segment contains time for individual assessment and group discussion The Crisis Management Team participants will develop response priorities as the scenario unfolds The Crisis Management Team will simulate coordination with emergency response personnel in a unified manner In a real emergency, the local officials would have to assess the impact on community. May “take over” Think – does my company have a resource to handle this response/recovery plan element? 14

15 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. General Instructions USE ONLY THE FACTS INTRODUCED IN THE SCENARIO There are 4 segments Segment 1 and 2: response segments Segment 3: recovery segment Segment 4: follow up points Segment 1 – 2 (20 minutes) Review the scenario Take a few minutes to individually write down what initial actions should be taken The Team Leader will direct a group discussion in the analysis portion of each segment Priorities will be listed for the CMT Segment 3 (20 minutes) Scenario will forward in time 48 hours from the conclusion of the response segments The private sector participants will group together for a discussion of the actions to be taken and to identify the responsibilities Segment 4 (20 minutes) Follow up points for discussion by the exercise participants Document what actions should be taken to improve the crisis management plan 15

16 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Tabletop Exercise: Joe’s Burger Shack 16

17 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Scenario: Joe’s Burger Shack Headquarters facility, with access control system, located on 400 acre campus in the City of Midsville. Two level facility - 510,000 square feet and 1,400 employees All Key Departments IT (Main Data Center) C-Level Executives Human Resources Security Operations Legal Marketing/Global Communications Facilities 17

18 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. City of Midsville Upscale suburb of a major upper mid-west city Population approximately 75,000 Has a number of large office buildings and shopping malls Local police supported by the county sheriff and the state police Fire department has mutual aid agreement with nearby communities 18

19 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment One Incident and Initial Response 19

20 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment One Response Call to 911 About Shots Fired It is business as usual at Joe’s Burger Shack HQ when a 911 operator receives a whispered call from an employee in the facility, who states that a gunman is randomly firing at any employee in sight. The caller states that the shooting is taking place in the HR offices area on the upper level. Security is notified and the police are dispatched 20

21 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment One Response More 911 Calls Another caller reports to 911 that a man with a handgun was seen near the Data Center, on the main level The police are updated on this latest report 21

22 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment One Response Police Arrive Midsville Police Department response units are arriving at the scene The officers call for additional support as they realize the scope of the developing situation 22

23 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment One Response Injuries There are reports that several employees have been shot and some appear to be fatally injured All EMS units have responded 23

24 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment One Response Joe’s Burger Shack Emergency Response In view of the situation, the Joe’s Burger Shack Crisis Management Team is mobilizing in a secure conference room at HQ Operations are being set up in the command center, but not all CMT members have responded Details are just beginning to come in regarding the situation 24

25 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment One Response Command Center Activity The city’s Emergency Response Command Center is activated Information is pouring in from all public sector responders as well as from Joe’s Burger Shack employees Officers at the scene report that there is no current information on the location of the gunman 25

26 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment One Analysis & Discussion 26

27 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment One Public Safety Response Police and EMS services set up a unified command center, with the police taking the initial lead Joe’s Burger Shack CMT have requested and been granted a representative at the command center Police Special Response Team is mobilizing, but this will take time Police and EMS support from mutual aid communities have been requested. Area hospitals are notified. Traffic control points are being set up to clear access for emergency vehicles and expedite the evacuation process FBI notified due to possible terrorist involvement 27

28 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment One Response Discussion Starters How can the injured persons be located and evacuated for proper medical care? What notifications should be made and how will they be made? Should any additional security measures be taken? How can the situation be stabilized? How quickly can liaison be established with the public agency incident commander? What are the priorities? 28

29 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment Two Continued Response 29

30 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment Two Response Local Media Arrive The local television media is at the scene attempting to interview Joe’s Burger Shack employees Reporters indicate they have information that there is a gunman on the loose in the facility Officials are pressed for comments 30

31 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment Two Response M issing Employees Due to the confusion surrounding the events, and panic during the evacuation, many employees are unaccounted for. It is unknown if there are still people in the facility. A number of visitors are also missing 31

32 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment Two Response Hostage Situation 911 receives a call - a gunman is holding a hostage in a conference room in the Accounting Dept. on the main level. This happened during the evacuation process, but the caller had problems getting a cell line. The gunman was yelling that “ Joe’s Burger Shack is paying the price for its ruthless actions” 32

33 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment Two Response Hostage Negotiations The police have isolated the conference room and determined that the gunman is holding at least one hostage Negotiators have opened a dialogue with the gunman by phone. He demands a live TV interview, which he can monitor, “So all will know that this is the fault of Joe’s Burger Shack.” 33

34 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment Two Response Rescue Operations Underway With the gunman isolated by police on the main level, limited recovery operations are now underway to search for victims and survivors from the shootings 34

35 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment Two Response More From The Media Reporters persistently request statements from public safety agencies and want details about the shooting spree They are also pressing for statements from Joe’s Burger Shack officials 35

36 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment Two Response Emergency Operators Flooded With Calls Information about the shootings and hostage situation has been broadcast on radio and TV. The local 911 operators have been overwhelmed with calls from family members of employees and others with loved ones in the area. 36

37 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment Two Response Pressure From The Media National cable news channels have picked up the story Public officials from the local, county, and state levels are being questioned about the incident Experts are appearing on the news discussing workplace violence and any possible terrorist aspects 37

38 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment Two Response Suspect Sighting A report is just now received that the shooter has been identified by witnesses as an employee of Joe’s Burger Shack Based on initial information, he was just placed on sick leave 38

39 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment Two Analysis & Discussion 39

40 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment Two Public Safety Response Police investigators request all information possible on the suspect employee Mutual aid support has been arriving and deployed to the scene Private ambulances have been requested to augment overburdened EMS units Helicopters are needed to rush the critically injured to adequately staffed and equipped trauma centers A joint news briefing is being set up to include public safety representatives and ranking officials from Joe’s Burger Shack and a representative of the Crisis Management Team 40

41 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment Two Discussion Starters How can the Crisis Management Team be more effective in locating missing employees and visitors? What can be done to assist law enforcement investigative personnel regarding information about the suspect? What can be done to better function in the severe weather? How can the media best be accommodated? Can the media be helpful in notifying family members of the ongoing situation? How should Joe’s Burger Shack authorities be responding to and reporting on the incidents ? 41

42 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment Three Recovery - 48 Hours Later 42

43 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment Three Recovery Situation Concluded with Suicide After a three hour standoff, a single gunshot was heard The police entered the area and found that the gunman had shot himself He was conveyed to the hospital and pronounced dead on arrival The hostage was unharmed 43

44 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment Three Recovery Casualties The death toll on the day of the attack was as follows: Four employees died from gunshot wounds Two visitors suffered fatal heart attacks A total of six other employees suffered non-fatal gunshot wounds. Two of these shooting victims are in critical condition. Over 20 other people suffered from, cuts, broken bones, and abrasions due to the initial panic that ensued 44

45 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. The gunman was found to be armed with a Glock, 9 mm handgun plus an extra magazine of ammunition He was identified as an employee of Joe’s Burger Shack, who was recently placed on leave, but his access card had yet to be disabled Some of his co-workers stated that he had been brooding because he had been passed over for promotion Segment Three Recovery Investigative Findings 45

46 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment Three Recovery Aftermath of the Attack Joe’s Burger Shack employees are being scheduled to receive post traumatic stress counseling Additional professional assistance will be needed to handle the volume of workers Many others have called their employer with concerns about returning to the workplace 46

47 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment Three Recovery Continuing Coverage The media continues to give coverage to this incident as funerals are being planned for the victims Experts offer opinions on how to recognize and deal with potential violence in the workplace 47

48 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment Three Analysis & Discussion 48

49 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Segment Four Discussion Items What can be done to prevent such an incident from occurring in the future? How did the members of the Crisis Management Team interact during the exercise? Were there any difficulties in reaching team priorities? What issues/gaps were uncovered during the scenario with your own company’s response plans that need to be addressed in a follow up manner? 49

50 ©2012 Security Executive Council. All Rights Reserved. Content cannot be copied or distributed in any format without the express written consent of the Security Executive Council. Key Learnings Proactively mitigate risks Have a CMT and a local IMT Build relationships outside of crisis – NFSSC, local responders, etc. Have 2 designated meeting places Crisis management is not cookie cutter. They are leadership opportunities.


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