A new due date has not been released, but recommendations will be made available to the board “in the very near future,” according to a statement from the office of Senate Sergeant-at-Arms Terrance Gainer, the chairman of the Capitol Police Board.
Capitol Police Chief Kim Dine requested a comprehensive, independent fact review of his department’s response two days after the shooting, following an exclusive BBC report that four members of the Containment and Emergency Response Team were ordered by their commanders to leave the scene.
In response, Gainer and the board — House Sergeant-at-Arms Paul Irving, Architect of the Capitol Stephen T. Ayers and Dine — established a fact review team led by Michael Stenger, assistant sergeant-at-arms for protective services and continuity and a former Secret Service assistant director of to get to the bottom of the questions.
Dine requested the team focus specifically on mutual aid efforts. Members of Congress have also called for investigations into the security implications of the tragedy.
The work of the fact review team is ongoing, according to the statement.
Visitors get their first look at the American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial, which opened to the public on Monday, Oct. 6, 2014. The new memorial is located off Independence Ave. SW between the Rayburn House Office Building and HHS. Buy photo here.