The Florida Department of Law Enforcement is out with an internal review of its performance during and after the Pulse nightclub massacre in Orlando.
The FDLE largely praises itself for its response to the tragedy, acknowledging that the agency should come up with better ways to more quickly identify victims and notify relatives.
It also says FDLE agents, in their haste to get to the scene, forgot to bring so-called “go bags,” which contain equipment used in quick deployment.
The FDLE compiled the report in the year following the worst modern mass shooting in U.S. history, even though it was the Orlando Police Department was the primary responding agency. An FDLE probe into the Orlando agency’s response to the attack is ongoing.