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The Kojo Nnamdi Show: Coordinating Police Response To Navy Yard Shooting

The investigation into Monday's shooting at the Washington Navy Yard continues, with many questions remaining. The FBI is taking lead on the investigation after a massive initial response that included law enforcement from a variety of local and federal agencies. We hear from an emergency management expert on the challenges of coordinating that response, why workers at Navy Yard were instructed to shelter in plce instead of fleeing and whether military installations are uniquely prepared to handle a situation like this. Then, WAMU 88.5 reporter Elliott Francis talks about how the local community is coming together to heal hearts in the wake of tragedy.

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