The Stopwatch of Death
Law enforcement has adopted this concept, which may have first been popularized by Ron Borsch, manager and trainer at the SEALE Regional Training Academy in Bedford, Ohio, who created a new way of thinking of active shooter scenarios. He calls it the “Stopwatch of Death,” and this is what Chief Lanier is talking about. In an active shooter scenario, every minute of delay results in more casualties. Mr. Borsch created a way to compare one incident to another with a simple formula: Number of murder attempts divided by the number of minutes equals X. The X is the “Stopwatch of Death factor.”
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Ron Borsch is no mathematical expert. So take his musings as such. He is likely the proud recipient of a high school diploma.
Knowing how cops react to a gun, in these situations, there seems to be a low probability of surviving first contact with them, even though it may be likely that their need to be there is no longer imperative.
"I would rather be exposed to the inconveniences attending too much liberty than to those attending too small a degree of it." - Thomas Jefferson.
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