New Report Looks At How To Better Handle Incidents Like Borderline Bar And Grill Mass Shooting
A final report on the deadly Borderline Bar and Grill attack in Ventura County in 2018 which left 12 people dead calls for a number of planning and training improvements.
The “After Action Report” looked at everything from tactical training to equipment, to see what can be learned.
The Ventura County Sheriff's Office report includes 30 recommendations. The ideas range from improving communication between different law enforcement agencies to beefing up dispatch centers during a major emergency.
The report looks at ensuring equipment - like bulletproof vests and helmets - is up to date and being used. Additionally, it suggests more training for commanders and field officers for incidents of this type.
12 people died as a result of the November, 2018 attack at Borderline, a popular country dance club in Thousand Oaks. The gunman killed himself.
A clear motive was never established for the attack.