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We Constantly Prepare for a Day We Hope Never Comes

Effective Active Shooter Mass Casualty WP Front Pic.PNGThe “silo” effect, where we plan, organize and train only within our specialty or specific area of responsibility, can lead to errors and delays when responding to an active shooter, terrorist attack, or other mass casualty event.

Download Effective Active Shooter and Mass Casualty Response Planning and Communications to learn from former FBI Special Agent Tom Veivia as he provides a comprehensive view of all parts of a crisis event and how they are interconnected and addressed.

He will offer planning and coordination tips in all stages of the crisis:

  • Pre-Event Planning and Training
  • Notification
  • Mobilization
  • Employment
  • De-Mobilization
  • Re-Supply and Re-Training
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Effective Active Shooter and Mass Casualty Response Planning and Communications


Tom Veivia is a 26-year law enforcement veteran having served with the New York State Police and who recently retired as a Supervisory Special Agent in the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit in Stafford, Virginia. Tom was an 18-year member of the FBI New Haven office’s SWAT Team and was the Senior Team Leader for the FBI’s response to the Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting in December of 2012. Tom was also involved in an FBI study of the Hartford Distributor’s workplace shooting that occurred on August 3, 2010 in Manchester, Connecticut.

During his service with the FBI Tom served as the New Haven Office Crisis Management Coordinator, Behavioral Analysis Unit Coordinator and was the Team Leader for the FBI’s Northeast Child Abduction Rapid Deployment Team and has deployed nationwide providing operational support and instruction for kidnapping investigations. Tom is currently the Principal in the 302 Consulting Group, LLC. In Hamden, Connecticut.