Code 3 Podcast: Interagency cooperation during rescue task force response
Jim Morrissey, a tactical paramedic and terrorism preparedness coordinator in California, joins the show to discuss interagency cooperation under extreme circumstances
Active-shooter situations seem to be happening more and more frequently, which means fire departments need to develop a good, working relationship with police departments, and other EMS agencies.
Cooperation could be as simple as using a specific set of words at the scene of an incident that keeps everyone on the same page.
That’s our topic on this edition of Code 3, and Jim Morrissey is here to explain what's needed.
Jim has been a tactical paramedic for the San Francisco FBI SWAT team since 1999.
He’s the terrorism preparedness coordinator for Alameda County EMS, and he’s also a medical intelligence officer for the Northern California Regional Intelligence Center.
Jim has lectured in over 25 countries on emergency medicine, wilderness rescue and tactical medical operations and has co-written two books.