Frequent tragedies spur ‘mass shooting protocol’ handbook for local officials


A new protocol for mayors helps them navigate the hours after a mass shooting. NPR’s Sacha Pfeiffer speaks with activist Sarah Peck and former Dayton, Ohio, mayor Nan Whaley, who helped develop it.

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