We're talking about if LE lost their indemnity as currently being considered by the Brandon administration. So if the breach resulted in a child(ren) shot and killed or seriously injured, the LEOs would be second guessed and very, very likely be sued civilly. And they would be open to personal liability since they no longer have indemnity.The report that a police officer called out and asked if anyone inside needed help and got shot for it was probably the killer pretending to be the police . ( Numerous active shooters have done this tactic). Even so, that gunshot should have initiated a breech by LE even if it was a hostage situation.
BTW, I no longer trust any defense that the LEOs were acting as per their department's policy/training practices. Any slightest deviation from policy or textbook training practices would be enough for a lawsuit and potential guilty verdict. What if you had 3 agencies and each had different policies/practices? Have 3 separate civil trials?