Jim Morrissey is a Tactical Paramedic for the San Francisco FBI SWAT team and the founder of the Tactical Medical Association of California (TMAC). Jim is also the Terrorism Preparedness Coordinator for the Alameda County EMS Agency. Jim has a master’s degree in Homeland Security from the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FULL LIST OF Jim Morrissey RESULTS
Redefining 'All Clear' in active-shooter response–
Once the shooter is dead or apprehended, the top mission for police and EMS is to stop the dying from bleeding and airway compromise
Hybrid Targeted Violence vs. Active Shooter Incidents–
Effective response requires all public safety personnel to have the same strategies and training to most effectively eliminate the threat and save the most lives
Active shooter: Rescue Task Force medics get to victims faster–
Rescue task forces and tactical medics offer different, yet more aggressive approaches to active-shooter incidents than standing by until all is clear
Standard EMTs need to be ready for active shooters–
While tactical medical teams are helpful, the medics on the scene are often the ones who happened to be on duty
What’s in your tactical medical kit?–
When you’re on an operation and you can only take what you can carry, what do you choose?
Tactical EMS: An overview–
Learn about the basics of this rapidly evolving EMS subspecialty
EMS1 Top 5
- Should ambulance crews be allowed to carry weapons?
- EMTs: Don't just do something, stand there
- Quiz: How accurately can you triage 10 MCI patients?
- Suit: Ambulance company denied rest breaks to paramedics, EMTs
- Paramedics revive 9-year-old boy hit by line drive