Fort Hood, Texas Army Base Shooting Incident
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2009 Fort Hood, Texas Army Base Shooting Incident: A Multi-Agency Emergency

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A Multi-Agency Emergency: TSAG Case Studies Workshop & Webinar

Minnesota I-35 Bridge Collapse
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A Major Emergency Incident: TSAG Case Studies Workshop & Webinar

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Bridges Shouldn't Fall Down: I-35W Bridge Collapse (61MB)

Presentation by Heather M. Hunt, ENP - City of Minneapolis 911

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Mn/DOT Traffic Response to the I-35W Bridge Collapse (2MB)

Presentation by Jim Kranig - Metro RTMC Engineer, Minnesota Department of Transportation.

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Minneapolis 8/1/2007 Mississippi River Bridge Collapse: Lessons Learned Relating To Interoperable Communications Systems (2MB)

Presentation by Paul D. Linnee, ENP - Former Minneapolis 911 Director, Early planner of TC Metro radio system in 1980s and 1990s, Retained by State of Minnesota to evaluate system performance in bridge collapse event.

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A Major Emergency Incident: TSAG Case Studies Workshop & Webinar

Utah Motor Coach Crash
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Mexican Hat Bus Crash (Nibgur) (8.8MB)

Presentation by Sergeant Jeff Nigbur, Utah Dept. Of Public Safety, Public Information Officer

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San Juan County Bus Incident (Larson) (13.57MB)

Presentation by Linda Larson, Director of EMS, San Juan County

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Motor Coach Crash, Mexican Hat, Utah (Leonard) (71.9MB)

John Leonard, Utah Department of Transportation

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A Major Emergency Incident: TSAG Case Studies Workshop & Webinar

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Case Studies Workshops

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TSAG Case Studies Workshops Series

Within a workshop setting, TSAG members and other public safety professionals review actual incidents or special events through a case study format. Workshops focus on assessments of emergency response and management strategies and the application of technology-based tools and applications employed to serve public safety needs. Workshops focus on employed technologies successes, failures, and lessons-learned. Workshop presenters typically provide overviews of public safety institutional settings, emergency response policies and emergency responder strategies, actions and resources employed.

Workshop objectives revolve around the TSAG technologies for public safety mission. Through assessments of actual recent events and first-responder experiences, Case Studies Workshops facilitate after-event discussions by multi-discipline and multi-agency professionals for the purpose of:

  • Clarifying actual circumstances of the event or incident
  • Discussing established response policies, protocols and procedures
  • Reviewing public safety technology applications
  • Identifying unique management and response circumstances and challenges
  • Reviewing successes, failures, and lessons-leaned
T3 Case Studies Webinars

TSAG Case Studies Workshops are accessible for remote participation through the US DOT, Research & Innovative Technology Administration (RITA) Talking Transportation Technology (T3) webinar program. Webinar target audiences include public safety practitioners, emergency services planners, transportation operations and communications managers and emergency responder professionals.