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It seems that bad communication at the scene was a big factor in this case. And she said their #1 job is communication. Have you asked the Chief yet about coordination of the various police units (e.g. negotiator, beanbag shooter, SWAT, rifle, etc.) at a crime scene? Is there supposed to be a coordinator when more than one unit is present? How is that person chosen at a site? Who was that person at the Aaron Campbell scene? If a person was not chosen at the site, and there was no one responsible for that job of coordination at this site - why not? If there was, they seem to have failed in their job. Shouldn't they be fired? If there is not a blanket provision for a site coordinator why not - how can that be?
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