At approximately 1:30 p.m. on June 1, 2016, a Fremont Police Department (FPD) officer began following a suspicious vehicle that then attempted to flee and crashed into the officer’s patrol car. Over the next few hours, as the situation escalated, two FPD officers were critically wounded by the suspect’s gunfire. After barricading himself in a house, the suspect died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Recognizing the value of AAR processes to learn from this and other incidents, FPD leadership requested that the National Police Foundation (NPF) conduct a review of the response to the shooting, as well as of their internal review and assessment process. This presentation highlights the events and lessons learned from June 1, 2016 and helps to establish an AAR process.