Averted School Violence Database Referenced in Why Social Science Article
A recent article for “Why Social Science?”, titled Because It Can Give Insight on how to Improve School Safety and Prevent Mass Shootings, reference the National Policing Institute’s Center for...
Recorded Training on Multidisciplinary Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention
CTVP staff delivered a training on multidisciplinary approaches to targeted violence and terrorism prevention and managing high-risk, high need adolescents in community contexts. Watch the video here
CTVP Personnel to Present on Multi-disciplinary Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention: High-risk, High-need Adolescents
During the MHS Public Safety Webinar, Dr. Frank Straub (Director of the Center for Targeted Violence Prevention), Dr. Alyse Ley, D.O. (Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist), Courtney Tassin, M.A., LPC (Crisis Intervention Programs Manager for the City...
The Center’s Director Speaks at the 2022 Georgia School Safety and Homeland Security Conference
One of the most important things a school resource officer can do is to find students who may be struggling and help them find their way, Straub said. “You have...
NPI Personnel Participate in Practitioner Exchange between Colorado Police and Police Officers from the Netherlands
Dutch Police meet counterparts, prevention practitioners in Aurora, Colorado Read More Here
Dr. Straub and Sammie Wicks discuss multidisciplinary adolescent-perpetrated targeted violence prevention challenges and solutions
A collaborative approach to managing adolescents and preventing targeted violence
Dr. Frank Straub & Sammie Wicks discuss Preventing Adolescent Targeted Violence in New CNN Article
“Buffalo Case Shows Why Troubled Youth Need Long-Term Treatment” https://www.cnn.com/2022/06/06/us/buffalo-case-shows-why-troubled-youth-need-long-term-treatment/index.html
CTVP Staff’s Op-Ed in the Crime Report, On Why We Keep Missing Potential Teen Shooters
Why Do We Keep Missing Potential Teen Shooters?
The Center Director’s Comments of Active Shooter Response in Uvalde
‘We don’t wait outside’: National Policing director on active shooter response
New Publication on the The feasibility and utility of the Terrorist Radicalization Assessment Protocol (TRAP-18)
New CTVP advisory committee member, Dr. Care Allely and CTVP staff member, Sammie Wicks recently published an assessment of the TRAP-18 in the Journal of Threat Assessment and Management. The...