Mass Shootings

Read: Sandy Hook Families Reach $73 Million Settlement with Remington Arms

Sandy Hook Families Reach $73 Million Settlement with Remington Arms

As part of the settlement, Remington Arms agreed to release thousands of pages of internal company documents.

Read: Campus Safety Conference at EDspaces Tackles Wide Variety of K-12, Higher Ed Protection Issues

Campus Safety Conference at EDspaces Tackles Wide Variety of K-12, Higher Ed Protection Issues

CSC at EDspaces provided valuable education and training on security technology, emergency and media management, active shooter response, and other hot topics to help college and school safety executives protect their campuses.

Read: High Point University Student Who Plotted Campus Shooting Takes Plea Deal

High Point University Student Who Plotted Campus Shooting Takes Plea Deal

The student was removed from campus and arrested last summer after another student reported he had guns in his possession.

Read: 10 Times ‘See Something, Say Something’ Saved Lives in 2019

10 Times ‘See Something, Say Something’ Saved Lives in 2019

These instances include threats from a mother, a military veteran and students of all ages, emphasizing there is no one profile of a potential mass shooter.

Read: California High School Gunman Used ‘Ghost Gun’ in Mass Shooting

California High School Gunman Used ‘Ghost Gun’ in Mass Shooting

Ghost guns are assembled from parts, can’t be traced and are legally sold at gun shows and online.

Read: Virginia Tech Panel Review: State Adopted 74 of 91 Safety Proposals

Virginia Tech Panel Review: State Adopted 74 of 91 Safety Proposals

The Virginia Tech Panel was created by then-Governor Tim Kaine to perform a review of the school and law enforcement response.

Read: Virginia Tech Survivor Endures Lead Poisoning From Bullet Fragments

Virginia Tech Survivor Endures Lead Poisoning From Bullet Fragments

Almost a decade after he was shot four times, Virginia Tech survivor Colin Goddard is suffering from lead poisoning from bullet fragment remains.

Read: How Violent Video Games, Racial Bias and School Shootings Are Connected

How Violent Video Games, Racial Bias and School Shootings Are Connected

A new study has found that violent video games are more often blamed for school shootings when they are committed by white perpetrators.

Read: High Point Student Found with Guns Was Planning a School Shooting

High Point Student Found with Guns Was Planning a School Shooting

The student told police he was planning to kill his roommate and himself if he didn’t get into a fraternity.

Read: This Mich. School’s $48 Million Reno Aims to Mitigate Active Shooter

This Mich. School’s $48 Million Reno Aims to Mitigate Active Shooter

The building’s new design includes curved hallways meant to cut down on an active shooter’s sightline and a “shadow zone” in each classroom.

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