WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department has named a team of nine people, including an FBI official and former police chiefs, to aid in a review of the law enforcement response to the Uvalde, Texas, elementary school shooting that left 19 children and two teachers dead.
- The critical incident review is being led by the Justice Department’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services.
- The review will include an examination of police policies, training and communication, along with the deployment of officers and tactics.
- The nine officials on the team in the Uvalde case had been selected for their expertise in law enforcement, emergency management, active shooter response, school safety and other areas.
- The team includes the former chief of the Sacramento, California, Police Department, a deputy chief who worked at Virginia Tech, the sheriff in Orange County, Florida, an FBI unit chief and other officials.
- Two weeks ago, the 19 students and two teachers were killed at Robb Elementary.