This report is intended to provide information regarding the civil disturbances that took place in St. Petersburg, Florida, on the nights of October 24-25 and November 13-14, 1996 and detail how the City's fire and rescue services handled the crises.
Never Again offers first hand insight into the hours leading up to, during, and after the Los Angeles riots, telling detail by detail how closely the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department was to changing the course of history. The L.A. Police Department is thrust into the limelight and finds itself totally unprepared to deal with this deadly and dynamic crisis. Bill Weiss, the Watch Commander, copes with his internal instinct to take action, waged against his self-discipline to follow orders, leading up to the final moment when he is ready to put his daring plan into action. This chaotic and rapidly evolving disturbance engulfed the city and portions of the surrounding metropolitan area. Its effect would be felt throughout the nation and observed throughout the world. Many of the scars still remains today, and something lost still lingers within Weiss as he tries to come to terms with what could have been.
Emergency medical service represents more than 80 per cent of the response activity in emergency response agencies. The whole concept of EMS has undergone drastic changes and improvements over the past three decades. With the ongoing threat of deadly diseases, the methods once practiced to treat trauma victims are not necessarily the best, or safest, procedures. In this day and age, change is the only constant. This book is designed to improve the quality of your EMS delivery.
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