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The Academy for Critical Incident Analysis, at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, has been established with the support of the Dart Foundation, to promote and disseminate scholarly research relating to the emergence, management and consequences of critical incidents. ACIA sponsors scholarship and research, hosts conferences and symposiums, and maintains research archives of incident records. ACIA also supports the development and dissemination of course curricula and supporting media for the teaching of critical incident analysis, and supports related instruction at the graduate and undergraduate level at John Jay College.

ACIA Case Conference: Mass Shooting in Las Vegas

The Academy for Critical Incident Analysis is convening a case conference on  the mass shooting that took place on October 1, 2017. Attendance and participation is limited to  invited persons who experienced the incident, scholars and experts, as well as incident responders and managers. The site of the case conference is the Residence Inn Las Vegas Convention Center, located at 3225 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, NV

The conference will focus on the following topics:

  • Responding in the aftermath of large scale mass assaults
  • Survivors and Survival – perspectives and lessons
  • Urban high-rise buildings as platforms for large scale  incidents
  • Medical response for large-scale assaults
  • Challenges in investigation and analysis of perpetrators
  • Risk management for large-scale urban assaults
  • Social Media in Large-Scale assaults