November 12, 2019

DAN VERTON, CONTENT LEADER & STRATEGIST

A new study of school shootings released last week by the U.S. Secret Service found that most school shooters exhibited observable warning signs well ahead of their attacks and urged schools across the nation to adopt prevention strategies that include threat assessment teams and anonymous reporting systems.

The Prevention Podcast attended a briefing hosted by the National Threat Assessment Center and got a behind-the-scenes look at the analysis that went into the study.

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