Mass Shootings

Read: Families Awarded $150M for Deadly 1998 Jonesboro School Shooting

Families Awarded $150M for Deadly 1998 Jonesboro School Shooting

Five people were killed in 1998 when two boys, ages 11 and 13, pulled the school’s fire alarm and shot at students and teachers as they evacuated.

Read: Oikos University Mass Shooter Sentenced to Life in Prison

Oikos University Mass Shooter Sentenced to Life in Prison

The former nursing student shot and killed six students and one employee, making it the eighth-deadliest U.S. school massacre in history.

Read: Newtown Victim’s Families’ Lawsuit Against Gun Maker Dismissed

Newtown Victim’s Families’ Lawsuit Against Gun Maker Dismissed

The dismissal was based on a law that grants gun manufacturers immunity from liability for crimes committed with their weapons.

Read: Research Shows Mass Shootings Can Be ‘Contagious’

Research Shows Mass Shootings Can Be ‘Contagious’

The study’s authors argue gaining notoriety can be a major motivation for school shooters.

Read: Report Suggests Creating Mental Health Programs for Police

Report Suggests Creating Mental Health Programs for Police

The report found that very few departments are prepared to respond to officer trauma.

Read: 3 Officers Honored for Mass Shooting Response

3 Officers Honored for Mass Shooting Response

The officers are credited with confronting and killing the gunman in the college library.

Read: Oregon Community Colleges Denied State Security Funding

Oregon Community Colleges Denied State Security Funding

Lawmakers asked the state’s community colleges to wait a year for an increase in security funding.

Read: FBI: San Bernardino Shooter Abandoned Attack on Community College

FBI: San Bernardino Shooter Abandoned Attack on Community College

The planned attack on the school involved pipe bombs and automatic weapons.

Read: Campus Safety Video News Roundup

Campus Safety Video News Roundup

In Campus Safety’s first news round up, we cover recent stories relating to guns on college campuses and terrorism.

San Bernardino Shooter Had Photos of High School on Cellphone

Authorities have searched ten schools in the area since the FBI’s investigation of the shooting began.

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