Orlando, Fla. - The United States Department of Justice today has released the results of a "critical incident review" requested by Orlando Police Chief John Mina in response to the attack on the Pulse nightclub.
Chief Mina says the goal of the review is that it "allows for open feedback in a constructive way and enables law enforcement officials to speak with total candor in an open forum."
The independent federal review contains information on decision making from leadership and relationships, an in depth description of the timeline starting before the attack as well as the aftermath, and even includes observations and lessons learned from things like tactical response, emergency medical care, and post event victim welfare.
The review concludes by saying it "honors the victims of the Pulse nightclub attack and the bravery of the Orlando law enforcement community and serves as a call to action for our nation's elected officials and law enforcement and public safety leaders.
You can check out an interactive version of the critical incident review here.