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Do mass shootings cause more mass shootings? Research is divided. USA Today, January 27.
5 Live Drive, BBC Radio 5, January 25.
California mass shooting suspects were older men—here’s how rare that is, Forbes, January 25.
Back-to-back California shootings reflect an American tragedy, not an ‘Asian issue,’ experts say, NBC News, January 25.
California shooters had semi-automatic weapons. What about other mass shootings? USA Today, January 25.
Shock turns to disbelief in mass shooting-hit Asian communities, Barrons, January 25.
Dozens of mass shootings sweep US in January, Wall Street Journal, January 24.
Monterey Park mass shooting casts shadow over dance studios, Inside Edition, January 24.
Andrea Mitchell Reports, MSNBC, January 24.
Monterey Park gunman is oldest mass shooting suspect for five decades, experts say, The Independent, January 24.
Monterey Park shooter: Glimpses into a life ‘so miserable and desperate’, Los Angeles Times, January 24.
Gun used in Monterey Park massacre an assault weapon under state law, known to jam, Los Angeles Times, January 24.
The suspected Monterey Park attacker was 72. Here's why older shooters are rare, NPR, January 24.
NBC Nightly News, NBC, January 23.
Monterey Park suspect is the oldest mass shooter in recent history, Los Angeles Times, January 23.
California mass shooting suspect is oldest in US recorded history, researchers say, USA Today, January 23.
Monterey Park shooting death toll rises to 11, including dance hall manager, The Guardian, January 23.
Monterey Park toll grows to 11 as details emerge about gunman, Washington Post, January 23.
Monterey Park suspected gunman was oldest mass shooter in modern history, Wall Street Journal, January 23.
The suspect's age stands out among mass shooters, New York Times, January 23.
Authorities identify 72-year-old man as suspected gunman in Lunar New Year mass shooting, Los Angeles Times, January 22.
The school shooting incidents nobody hears about, Education Week, January 12.
A six-year-old shot his teacher. Who should be held responsible? Education Week, January 9.
Mass shooters: What do they have in common and how can the U.S. finally prevent them? The Arkansas Traveler, January 9.
Books 2022: Going beyond thoughts and prayers to stop a mass shooting epidemic, Global Atlanta, January
Episode 4: Seeking justice, Confident (Podcast), March 23.
How the Atlanta spa shootings—the victims, the survivors—tell a story of America, Vanity Fair, March 14.
‘Almost unbelievable:’ How disbelief may have shaped RCMP response to N.S. shooting spree, Global News, March 9.
Episode 389: The Violence Project: How to stop a mass shooting epidemic, Situational Awareness Matters Radio, March 8.
Religious leaders preach radical hospitality – even after church shootings, Christian Science Monitor, March 3.
What a threat to kill classmates, teacher in Delaware says about student discipline, Delaware Online, March 2.
KSMQ partnering with The Violence Project, Austin Daily Herald, February 9.
Hombres blancos que arrastran traumas y son suicidas: radiografía de los tiroteos en EEUU a lo largo de 50 años, Univision, February 9.
Chicago mayor ties carjacking rise to remote learning, NewsNation Morning in America, February 8.
Mass film review, Spirituality & Practice, February 7.
Superintendent sought student mental health help months before shooting at Richfield school, MPR News, February 4.
Mass shootings are rising in the U.S., new study shows, Wall Street Journal, February 4.
Nearly half of mass shooters leaked plans to someone, like family: study, Newsweek, February 4.
Death toll from mass shootings in United States is rising, study finds, Reuters, February 4.
National Institute of Justice funded research amasses details of a half century of United States mass shootings, US Department of Justice, February 4.
Public mass shootings: database amasses details of a half century of U.S. mass shootings with firearms, generating psychosocial histories, National Institute of Justice, February 4.
How to prevent school violence, NewsNation Prime, February 1.
Can mass shootings be prevented? Psychology Today, January 31.
Need something new to read? These titles are finalists for the 2022 Minnesota Book Awards, KARE-11, January 31.
Scots gangsters target drugs rivals in violent robberies as cashless society hits crime gangs, Daily Record, January 31.
Friends of the St. Paul Public Library announce 2022 finalists for Minnesota Book Awards, Pioneer Press, January 29.
Finalists announced for the Minnesota Book Awards, Star Tribune, January 29.
Q&A: Why are Texas schools seeing a rise in threats, Dallas Morning News, January 25.
Michigan school district requires clear backpacks after shooting, but experts say that’s not enough, The Washington Post, January 4.
Empowering communities to prevent mass shootings, APA Monitor on Psychology, 53(1), 22, January 1.
Book review, Kirkus Reviews, August 15.
Book review, Publishers Weekly, July 23.
How to prevent a tragedy: PW talks with Jillian Peterson and James Densley, Publishers Weekly, July 23.
Why are there shoes on power lines, Where Are All The Baby Pigeons?, July 22.
School safety and security for Fall 2021, AEC Info, July 21.
Opinion: Mental illness a poor predictor of mass shootings, Cincinnati Enquirer, July 8.
Drug-dealers are finding the always-on culture a chore, The Economist, July 3.
Power Up: March for Our Lives launches new campaign to defund police in schools, Washington Post, June 30.
What causes gun violence and how can we stop it?, MPR News with Angela Davis, June 29.
What constitutes a mass shooting?, 23 ABC News, June 7.
A closer look at mass shootings at California workplaces, KCRA, May 26.
Trial & tribulation: where do we go from here?, Twin Cities PBS, May 18.
Colorado's deadliest shooters: Male, mostly young and signs of mental illness, The Gazette, May 18.
Helping those in crisis – and gun control, too, NRA-ILA, May 17.
318 - Gun violence prevention: what a study of mass shootings tells us about how to prevent them, John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health - Public Health on Call, May 17.
No More Normal: Gun violence part 1, KUNM, May 16.
March was a record month for first-time gun buyers after Atlanta, Boulder mass shootings, Daily Beast, April 26.
51: How to stop a mass shooting epidemic w/ James Densley, Incel Podcast, April 21.
Omenia trebuie să ghideze acțiunea polițienească--interviu cu James Densley, Radio France Internationale, April 15.
Law enforcement training experts weigh in on Daunte Wright traffic stop, KARE-11, April 13.
How we label mass killers, Global News, April 12.
U.S. experts identify four key commonalities among mass shooters, Global News, April 12.
Interview: La pandémie semble avoir exacerbé le risque de tuerie de masse aux Etats-Unis, Libération, April 3.
After a year without mass school shootings, experts sound the alarm about a ‘return to normal’, The 74, March 30.
Opinion: Two weeks, two mass shootings — back to normal for America, LA Times, March 27.
Newsy Tonight with Chance Seales, Newsy, March 26.
Eine Wartephase nach dem Waffenkauf würde einen Zeitpuffer schaffen, Der Standard, March 26.
Vice News Tonight, Vice, March 25.
A heavily armed man at a grocery store adds to anxiety in Atlanta, New York Times, March 25.
Colorado is one of four states whose laws don't prohibit someone with a mental illness from owning firearms, CNN, March 25.
Diese Waffen werden glorifiziert, Badische Zeitung, March 25.
Columbine and the era of the mass shooter, two decades on, The Hill, March 25.
For the COVID pandemic we wear masks. For the pandemic of gun violence, what do we do?, USA Today, March 24.
US saw estimated 4,000 extra murders in 2020 amid surge in daily gun violence, The Guardian, March 24.
It's necessary: America's other deadly virus - mass shootings, The Enquirer, March 24.
Tiroteos masivos en EEUU: ¿Un mal crónico?, El Politico, March 23.
A list of recent mass shootings in the United States, New York Times, March 23. Reprinted: Seattle Times.
Why the US’s pandemic of gun violence is only getting worse, New Statesman, March 23.
Boulder, Colo., shooting that killed 10 was deadliest in US in nearly two years, Boston Globe, March 23.
After a year without mass shootings in American public places, there have been 2 in 6 days, People, March 23.
There have been 2 highly public US mass shootings in less than a week, a trend previously unseen during the pandemic, Business Insider, March 23. Reprinted: Yahoo News.
First Atlanta, then Boulder: Two mass shootings in a week, New York Times, March 23.
Mass shootings in public spaces had become less frequent during the pandemic, New York Times, March 19.
Why the Atlanta spa shooting feels different, The Week, March 17.
2020's huge increase in mass shootings, Wisconsin Public Radio, March 12.
Immunization not ammunition: School safety means fewer guns, USA Today, February 26.
Blood, sweat, and fears: Understanding the psychological effects of graphic and violent media on children and teens, Children and Screens, January 22.
Why is London facing a crime epidemic? This is Local London, December 30.
In a year of pain, one silver lining: fewer mass shootings, Associated Press, December 29.
Tethered: how race and policing binds Minneapolis to Louisville, Twin Cities PBS, December 18.
As police departments outsource officer training to save money, society may be paying the price, Time, November 20.
Two fatal shootings in Minneapolis push city's homicide total to 62, Star Tribune, September 30.
Unlikely research opportunity launches career path, Hamline University News, September 22.
Minnesota State forms taskforce on law enforcement education reform, Minnesota State, August 26.
The enforcer: the myth and reality of organised crime's hard man, The Conversation, August 19.
Daily bulletin: Expanded mass shootings database fleshes out the characteristics of perpetrators, The Trace, July 29.
Database of mass shooters revised and expanded, Associated Press, July 29.
Database of mass shooters revised and expanded, Financial Times, July 28.
Love Island and Geordie Shore TV hunks 'help turn Scots teens away from street violence', Daily Record, July 26.
Evil gangland knife thugs will carry out attacks in Scotland for just £800, Daily Record, July 19.
New crime research suggests law enforcement may be falling short due to little knowledge of ‘enforcers’, Birmingham City University, July 2.
Can higher education help fix America's policing problem?, The Chronicle of Higher Education, July 1, 2020.
Spate of shootings raises fears of a violent summer, Associated Press, June 23.
Petitions, concerns circulating in Bloomington and St. Paul over school resource officers, KSTP-TV, June 22.
‘It’s way past time to try something new’: The push to defund police. The Christian Science Monitor, June 19.
Warrior or guardian? How police training fails us, MinnPost, June 19.
Female involvement in gangs: A collective research project, MyPOV, June 16.
Minneapolis police officers disciplined in fraction of cases, Star Tribune, June 9.
Collective Response to the Killing of George Floyd, Metropolitan State University, June 3.
His name was George Floyd, Real Crime Profile, June 1.
Inside UK's most feared gang whose violence makes Gangs Of London yobs look tame, Daily Star, May 31.
As quarantines end, will mass shootings return? The Crime Report, May 29.
Perfect storm?: experts warn as reopenings begin, mass shootings could start again, Kaiser Health News, May 29.
Gatherings as states reopen could spell return of another dark American phenomenon: mass shootings, The Washington Post, May 28.
Lights, camera, fabrication with Daniel Kinahan propaganda film, Sunday Times, May 24.
What's an 'incel'?: Westgate suspect says he identifies with men who feel shunned by women, NBC 12 News, May 22.
New young gangs more likely to use social media to boost identity and status, says new study by academics at LSBU, London South Bank University, May 22.
Here's the full history of mass shooters from U.S.A., NewsGram, May 10.
PBS’ Frontline irresponsibly ignores the “media contagion effect” and gives notoriety to school shooters, Media Matters for America, March 26.
This woman survived a mass shooting and is working to prevent the next one, VICE News, March 15.
'We are shocked and dismayed': Family of Molson Coors shooter expresses sadness, heartache, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, February 28.
Study suggests these 5 gun reforms could prevent most mass shootings, The Hill Reporter, February 27.
How many mass shootings might have been prevented by stronger gun laws? Los Angeles Times, February 27.
Public safety and criminal justice reform finance and policy division, Minnesota House of Representatives, February 20.
House Education Policy Committee, Minnesota House of Representatives, February 18.
Too small to hire guards, too worried to go gun-free, community churches are now arming themselves, Washington Post, February 14.
History of mass shooters, Voice of America, February 14.
Parkland commemorates second anniversary of high school mass shooting, Voice of America, February 14.
Parents are Fighting Gun Violence Through Their School Boards, The Takeaway, February 12.
NEA report: Just say no to active shooter drills, Post Bulletin, February 12.
How moms are quietly passing gun safety policy through school boards, NBC News, February 10.
Editorial: Gun violence is becoming too normalized, Scot Scoop, February 9.
Protecting the public from acts of mass violence, The Heritage Foundation, February 3.
The Violence Project, The Insider: The Threat Lab Newsletter, January.
Disturbing twist in Metro Vancouver gang war: rivals post rap songs advocating murder, Vancouver Sun, January 25.
Minnesota creators of 'Mass Shooter Database' sharing work with politicians, educators, police, Star Tribune, January 15.
Advocates work to reduce gun violence in US, China Daily Global, January 9.
US begins 2020 with spate of gun deaths, China Daily, January 9.
St. Paul marked most homicides in 25+ years, yet violent crime overall was lowest in those 2 decades, Pioneer Press, January 8.
Guns and God: a strange mix for mass murder, InsideOver, January 6.
2020 will be a big year for the gun issue, The Trace, January 3.
New database tracks commonalities among mass shooters, ABC Action News, January 1.
U.S. mass killings hit new high in 2019, most were shootings, Associated Press, December 28. Globally syndicated, e.g., BBC, Chicago Sun Times, Crime Report, Daily Mail, Esquire, Fox News, The Guardian, The Herald (Scotland), LA Times, Le Monde, MTV, NBC News, Slate, The Sun, The Times (London), Washington Post, USA Today, Yahoo!
2019 Smart Talk Top Stories — research on guns and mass shooters, WITF, December 27.
Congress is throwing a little money at gun violence research. It might go a long way, FiveThirtyEight, December 19.
Seattle Morning News with Dave Ross, KIRO-FM, December 19.
Dorchester school district to offer active-shooter survival training to community in 2020, The Post and Courier, December 18.
Your active shooter training is less effective than you think, warn researchers, Loss Prevention Magazine, December 12.
Work on the national mass-shooter database is “career-defining” for Hamline student researchers, The Oracle, December 11.
Mass shooter database, Prairie Public Radio, December 9.
In Minnesota’s fatal police shootings, less seasoned officers most likely to fire, Minnesota Public Radio, December 9.
Youth suicides by firearms are on the rise, WhoWhatWhy, December 4.
A New York village averted a potential school shooting. Parents are still furious, USA Today, December 2.
Gathering useful data on mass shootings in America, Star Tribune, November 27.
Gun sales expected to climb this holiday season amid political pressure, Fox Business, November 25.
LE takeaways from the largest database of life histories of U.S. mass shooters, Police One, November 25.
Joker the movie: a character and cultural psychoanalysis, Psychiatry and Psychotherapy Podcast, November 23.
Mass shooting research finds several common trends, Sky News Australia, November 23.
Research reveals common traits behind mass shootings, 9 News, November 23.
Mass shooters have four things in common, new study finds, Fox News, November 22.
Who might commit a mass killing? New insights, Jewish Community Relations Counsel, November 21.
The Violence Project Database Finds Most Mass Shooters Have Four Things in Common, Diversity Inc, November 21.
Report: most mass shooters have 4 things in common, Public News Service, November 21.
What makes a mass shooter? New study stresses the need for prevention, We Are Mitu, November 20.
New study on mass shootings explores the traits that define perpetrators, Mic, November 20.
Almost all US mass shooters since 1966 have four things in common: Childhood trauma, a personal crisis, examples that validate their feelings, and access to a firearm, Daily Mail, November 20.
Local researchers release largest study on mass shootings, KSTP-TV, November 19.
St. Paul profs compiled database of U.S. mass shooters … and corresponded with six of them, Pioneer Press, November 19.
Minnesota-made tool tracks the how and why behind mass shootings, Minnesota Public Radio, November 19.
Nearly all mass shooters since 1966 have had 4 things in common, Vice, November 19.
Raising red flags: Minnesota police chiefs and sheriffs weigh in on gun law, KSTP-TV, November 18.
Santa Clarita school shooter fits profile of other K-12 shooters, according to new database, KQED News, November 18.
Active-shooter security drills are ‘ineffective,’ researchers find, Society for Human Resource Management, November 18.
Hamline, Metro State professors create a database to shed light on mass shooters, Star Tribune, November 15.
Science has identified common threads in school shootings, Cal Matters, November 15.
Why nonprofits can’t research gun violence as well as the feds, FiveThirtyEight, November 14.
Can mass shooter attacks be prevented?, The Crime Report, November 14.
The call came from inside the house, Politico, November 14.
Mass shootings raise questions about security and training, The Wall Street Journal, November 13.
Years of research finds that most school shooters have 4 things in common, Reader's Digest, November 12.
Mass shootings are contagious. How can they be stopped? The Hill, November 9.
Women become better gangsters through social skills, The Times, November 8.
Glasgow female gangsters are better crime bosses than men reveal University of the West of Scotland, The Scottish Sun, November 8.
Gangs: how young women are drawn into drug supply networks, TES (Times Educational Supplement), October 25.
A violent culture? The roots of radicalization run deep, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, October 24.
Inside the mind of the American mass shooter, WhoWhatWhy, October 24.
Active shooter preparation, TX2 Security, October 16.
Gen Z, Millennials twice as concerned about active shooters as Baby Boomers, survey finds, Newsweek, October 2.
Putting multi-option active assailant response to the test, ASIS Security Management, October 1.
Police feared Odessa shooter was planning attack - 8 years ago, CNN, September 29.
After weeks of deadly gun violence in St. Paul, people ask, ‘Why?’, Pioneer Press, September 28.
Tips to FBI on possible mass shootings rise sharply, The Crime Report, September 23.
US police assess rise in threat tips after 3 mass killings, Associated Press, September 21. Nationally syndicated.
In wake of mass violence, Grassley pushes for greater oversight of mental health grants, U.S. Senate Committee on Finance, September 5.
Editorial: Walmart is doing more to combat gun violence than our government, Los Angeles Times, September 5.
St. Paul police hunt for suspects in 'brazen,' 'lawless' shooting outside Minnesota State Fair, Star Tribune, September 3.
New York's 'Red Flag' law takes effect Saturday, WBFO, August 23.
We can address mass shootings by reducing childhood trauma and mitigating its impact, Houston Chronicle, August 23.
Pupils drawn into drug dealing show we must change the law, TES (Times Educational Supplement), August 23.
A British anti-knife drive comes home to roost, The Economist, August 22.
Can anything be done to prevent gun violence at work?, MarketWatch, August 22.
Curb mass shootings with the “good politic”, Psychology Today, August 22.
Democrats are stuck in a gun-control dilemma that could be a loser in 2020, Miami Herald, August 22.
Can we prevent mass shootings by preventing suicide?, FiveThirtyEight, August 22.
Con: Understanding motive won’t stop mass killings, Independent Women's Forum, August 22.
Smart Talk: The Violence Project finds commonalities among mass shooters, PA Post, August 19.
How teachers can prevent school shootings: Pay attention to students’ mental health, Giving Compass, August 19.
Why it’s wrong to blame mass killings on mental illness, Columbia Journalism Review, August 16.
How to prevent violence? Help kids have healthy childhoods, Caller Times, August 16.
Can teachers be trained to prevent future school shootings? Researchers say yes. EdSurge, August 15.
Do mass shooters share common traits?, KFOXTV, August 15.
Philadelphia partnerships for children/The Violence Project, WITF Smart Talk, August 15.
Guest column: Science, not partisan politics, should guide our reaction to gun violence, Village Life, August 14.
Stop blame game about shootings, cease political uses of tragedy, The Citizen, August 13.
美德州槍擊案省思 福音如何為罪行氾濫的世界帶來改變？今日神向祂的子民發出的問題, Chinese Christian Tribune (Taiwan), August 13.
School shooters—the data says, running our kids thru lockdown drills may not be the best plan, KARE-11, August 12.
What are warning signs of mass violence, and what should we do when we see them?, Wisconsin Public Radio, August 12.
Stopping the Mass Shooter: Raising the age to buy assault weapons, Communities Digital News, August 12.
Oprah is right, we have lost our moral center. And we need to find it quick, Patheos, August 12.
The Roy Green Show, Corus Radio Network, August 11.
How suicide prevention may help stop mass killers before they start shooting, NBC News, August 11.
Trying to understand and prevent mass shootings, San Francisco Examiner, August 11.
GOP legislator on mass violence: We can build a safer future by taking care of each other, NJ.com, August 11.
Mass shootings and the need for action in Congress, The Signal, August 11.
A common trait among mass killers: hatred toward women, New York Times, August 10. Nationally syndicated.
'Modern gun' or weapon of war? Carnage heightens scrutiny of popular, widely available assault rifles, Star Tribune, August 10.
Newsletter: How quickly a mass shooting is old news, Los Angeles Times, August 10.
L'ultra-droite, menace terroriste numéro 1, La Presse, August 10.
Dennis Marek: now those mass shootings are coming in twos and threes, Daily Journal, August 10.
Are researchers asking the right questions to prevent mass shootings?, Science News, August 9.
‘It takes all of us.’ What can you do to address the issue of gun violence?, Centre Daily Times, August 9.
‘Not an ideology — it’s idiocy’: Cleaver is right on guns, but Congress can’t do it all. Kansas City Star, August 9.
We’re underestimating the role of social media in mass shootings, and it’s time to change, The Next Web, August 8.
Dr. Drew answers, Dr. Drew Midday Live on KABC, August 8.
Episode 289: Guns, Hate, and Inaction, Ken Rudin’s Political Junkie, August 8.
Mass shootings and mental illness: a teaching moment?, Medpage, August 8.
Estos 2 criminólogos han estudiado los tiroteos en masa desde 1996: los resultados, El Confidencial, August 8.
Why do we keep having debates about video-game violence? The Conversation, August 8.
Graham: A paradox for gun control proponents, Kinston.com, August 8.
Letters to the Editor: Mass shooters are almost always men. Why don’t we talk about this? Los Angeles Times, August 8.
Researchers studied 163 mass shootings. Here are the four things shooters have in common, KSL News Radio, August 7.
Podcast–opioid overdoses, gun violence and Trump, The Bill Kelly Show AM900 CHML, August 7.
What we’re missing about mass-shootings: Young men are in crisis, Break Point, August 7.
History of the 1990s, Episode 3—Columbine, Curious Cast, August 7.
Daily bulletin: The FBI opened a domestic terror investigation into the Gilroy shooting, The Trace, August 7.
Violence project seeks to shift focus from reaction to prevention in mass shootings, WCCO, August 6.
Mass shootings can be contagious, research shows, NPR, August 6. Nationally syndicated.
What makes a mass shooter?, Wait, There's More, August 6.
Here’s what we know about the suspected gunmen in the El Paso, Dayton shootings, Global News (Canada), August 6.
Four things most mass shooters have in common, Cheddar, August 6.
Expert on mass shooter warning signs, common traits, WCBI, August 6.
Mental Illness isn’t main driver of mass shootings, experts say, CBS News, August 6.
The Violence Project tracks common traits found in mass shooters, warning signs and how to stop them, CBS News, August 6.
Commonalities found among mass shooters, CBS This Morning, August 6.
What will prevent white nationalist attacks?, Yahoo Entertainment, August 6.
The myth of motive in mass shootings, ACE’s Too High News, August 6.
Grievances, access to guns, notoriety associated with shootings, Echo Press, August 6.
Video game makers face backlash after El Paso shooting, CBS News, August 6.
NBC news finds experts believe 24/7 news cycle ‘doesn't help’ deter mass shootings, Accuracy in Media, August 6.
Will focusing on contagion effect’ reduce mass shootings?, AmmoLand Shooting Sports News, August 6.
Cuatro similitudes entre los tiradores masivos y algunas medidas para prevenir sus crímenes, Aleteia, 6 de Agosto.
Preventing violence, The News International, August 6.
Interview with Don Lemon, CNN Tonight, August 5.
Shootings tied to white extremists on rise, workplace shootings more common, NBC7 San Diego, August 5.
Study of mass shootings develops a profile of the mass shooter, KCBS Radio, August 5.
The Violence Project, red flag laws, CA sea cliff erosion (Take Two), KPCC Radio, August 5.
From the UT Tower attack to El Paso: Most mass shooters have four traits in common, KXAN, August 5.
Two shootings, two days: the role Of 8chan, white nationalism, gun proliferation (AirTalk), KPCC Radio, August 5.
What do we know about mass shooters?, Minnesota Public Radio, August 5.
Mass shooters seek ‘validation’ for their murderous attacks, say experts for DOJ, HuffPost, August 5.
The anodyne cruelty of U.S. gun violence, Through The Cracks Newsletter, August 5.
Infancias violentas y fácil acceso a armas: los elementos comunes en los autores de las masacres en EEUU, Infobae, 5 de Agosto.
The Democrats gun-control paradox, Inside Sources, August 5.
More shootings. More helpless, hopeless feelings, Inside Sources, August 5.
Two mass shootings in two days: God’s question for his people today, Christian Post, August 5.
Politicians blame video games for the El Paso shooting. It’s an old claim that’s not backed by research, Washington Post, August 5.
Tiroteos masivos: los expertos dicen que la violencia es contagiosa y que el ciclo de noticias 24/7 no ayuda, Telemundo, 5 de Agosto.
Mass shootings: experts say violence is contagious, and 24/7 news cycle doesn't help, NBC News, August 5.
8chan in the White House, Pod Save America, August 5 (at 1:14:14).
Editorial: Mass shootings, mental health stigma, and flags, The Talbot Spy, August 5.
Different takes: Lessons on how to deal with domestic terrorism from white nationalists, Kaiser Health News, August 5.
What mass shooters have in common, The Jackson Press, August 4.
Another mass shooting is being linked to an online forum where white supremacy thrives, Los Angeles Magazine, August 4.
Minnesota researchers take holistic approach to solving school violence, Campus Security and Life Safety, July 25.
MN researchers roll out revolutionary approach to school safety training, Minnesota Public Radio, July 23.
Bianca Devins: The teenager whose murder was exploited for clicks. BBC, July 20.
Background interview, ProPublica, July 16.
The stupidity of arming teachers, The Hill, July 10.
Can anything be done to prevent gun violence at work?, MarketWatch, June 27.
Norway terror attack survivor: Shooter wasn't a monster, but 'a human being like us', Star Tribune, June 26.
Daily prevention news: Violence in the age of social media, The German Congress of Crime Prevention, June 25.
Modeling more for our youth, Heartland Democracy, June 24.
How can we prevent workplace shootings? 1a (National Public Radio), June 4.
How your company can help prevent a disgruntled or mentally ill employee from becoming an active shooter, MarketWatch, May 29.
Should invest in mental health, emissourian.com, May 25.
Many campus shootings have similarities. Studying them might prevent more tragedy, researchers say, Philadelphia Inquirer, May 3.
Weekend news, KCBS Radio, April 20.
Knife crime and gangs: how a decade of bad policy left deprived young people without real choice, The Conversation, April 4.
Australians struggle to process 'shocking killing', Minnesota Public Radio, April 2.
Experts: Minnesota’s strategy on school gun attacks wrong, Associated Press, March 30. Partial List: Houston Chronicle, San Francisco Chronicle, U.S. News and World Report.
Current school safety measures aren't enough to prevent shootings, Minnesota Public Radio, March 29.
Our view: School safety: Fund more counselors for students’ emotional health, Mankato Free Press, March 28.
Daily digest: School safety and guns, Minnesota Public Radio, March 28.
Minnesota researchers say we're still getting school safety wrong, Minnesota Public Radio, March 27.
Knife crime: causes and solutions – editors’ guide to what our academic experts say, The Conversation, March 11.
Background interview, The Marshall Project, February 26.
Minnetonka police see sharp drop in mental health crisis calls after taking new training program, Star Tribune, February 22.
'County lines' drug gangs tracking children via social media, The Guardian, February 5.
How should we prepare kids for a school shooting? KUOW Public Radio (Seattle), February 4.
Tattoos join a mound of evidence in Danville federal gang cases, Danville Register and Bee, January 15.
Best way to save young men from life of crime may surprise you, The Scotsman, January 10.
$300,000 awarded to research mass shootings in the U.S., Midway Monitor, December 10.
“A problem that’s not going away”, The Oracle, November 16.
Hamline faculty funded for mass shootings research, The Oracle, November 16.
Researchers: Suicidal behavior precedes mass shootings, but no real pattern, WCCO, November 10.
Mass shootings: Pathways to prevention, Fox 9, November 9.
Twin Cities researchers to discuss preliminary results of mass shooting study, Minnesota Public Radio, November 8.
Study could soon bring student researchers face-to-face with mass shooters, KSTP-TV, November 8.
Keeping your place of worship safe: Minneapolis church holds security workshop, KSTP-TV, October 13.
Britain's most dangerous street? Murder, drugs and warfare – how one London road is surrounded by warring gangs turning it into battleground, The Sun, September 24.
Background interview, Politico, September 21.
Judge to weigh dismissing charges against ex-Mpls. cop Noor in Ruszczyk killing, Minnesota Public Radio, September 17.
Police experts raise concerns over 'red flags' in Noor's psych evaluation, field training, KSTP-TV, September 6.
Search warrant: Cellphone found in hollowed-out Bible in Ramsey County jail, Pioneer Press, September 4.
Minnetonka cops connect with mental health workers to defuse crises, Minnesota Public Radio, September 4.
It’s not Drill music that drives violence, Socialist Worker, August 21.
Law gives officers wide discretion in deadly force incidents, Minnesota Public Radio, August 14.
Examining the R-Model, Minnesota Police Chief, Summer 2018.
What do you see when you watch the police shooting of Thurman Blevins video? We asked experts what they noticed, Pioneer Press, July 31.
Minnetonka police want to connect mental-crisis callers with therapists, Star Tribune, July 31.
Local researchers compile mass shooting database, KARE 11, July 3.
Mpls. decision to release body cam video breaks new ground, Minnesota Public Radio, June 28.
Dodgy Scots dealers ditch cannabis for body boosting steroids and tan-enhancing melanotan injections as demand skyrockets, The Scottish Sun, June 27.
Drug dealers say cannabis profits down in saturated Scottish market, The Herald, June 27.
Thurman Blevins shooting: Critical questions remain, KARE 11, June 25.
Drug gangs using kids as young as 12 to import heroin into Scotland, Sunday Herald, June 24.
Scots gangs target Belfast as new heroin supply route, The Herald, June 23.
London gangs driven by profiting from drugs, report says, BBC, June 6.
London gangs 'becoming more ruthless and moving out of capital', Daily Mail, June 6.
London gangs including the Mali Boys are becoming more 'organised, ruthless and driven by drugs profits', report finds, Evening Standard, June 6.
London gang culture becoming 'more ruthless,' study finds, The Voice, June 6.
Andrew Pierce is leading Britain's conversation, LBC, April 6.
ACLU Minnesota criticizes changes to Minneapolis police body camera policy, KSTP-TV, April 5.
SMART Center is one good solution to Minnesota's crisis-intervention training needs, MinnPost, March 30.
Noor case marks first murder charges for on-duty officer in Hennepin County, Fox 9, March 20.
Background interview, Minnesota Public Radio, March 20.
Loss of police escort in Rosemount rankles funeral home owner, Star Tribune, March 13.
Looking for motives in America's mass shootings, MinnPost, March 9.
Knee-jerk reactions will not prevent shootings, The Chetek Alert, February 28.
18 school shootings this year? That's fuzzy math, analysis shows, Norwalk Reflector, February 18.
Debate arises about criteria defining school shootings, SC Times, February 16.
Minnesota incident included in 2018 U.S. school-shooting total shouldn't be, police official says, Star Tribune, February 15.
Is this the way to quell gun violence? Greening Frogtown, January/February, p. 11.
Sandy Hook five years on: more awareness but still too little control, France 24, December 14.
Mass shootings aren't more frequent—but they are deadlier, Associated Press, December 11.
Partial List: ABC News, Chicago Tribune, Fox News, Houston Chronicle, LA Times, Minnesota Public Radio, Newsday, New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Seattle Times, St. Louis Post–Dispatch, Washington Post, Yahoo.
Both sides of gun debate wonder how to keep guns from those who shouldn’t have them, Washington Post, November 16.
The Islamic State is more like a street gang than like other terrorist groups, Washington Post, November 15.
Minneapolis city council member looks to change police oversight committee, KSTP-TV, November 4.
Shootings drop in Minneapolis, but rounds fired are on the rise, Star Tribune, October 30.
Study: Police body cameras show no effect on use of force incidents, complaints, KSTP-TV, October 20.
Minnesota researchers create mass shooting database, Associated Press, October 14.
Police, FBI come together for use of force training, KAALTV, October 13.
Rochester police take unique approach to teach public about use of force, KTTC, October 13.
150 Massedrap-Eksperter Ber Mediene Skjerpe Seg, Nettavisen (Norway), October 9.
'This shooter is a little different': Hamline professor studies mass shootings, Minnesota Public Radio, October 8.
We shouldn't name mass killers, scientists say – it encourages more attacks, Yahoo News UK, October 5.
Experts call for mass killers' names to be kept quiet, Live Science, October 4.
Dear media, stop using mass murderers' pictures and names, Alabama Media Group, October 4.
Mass killers like the Vegas shooter should not be named in news coverage, experts say, Newsweek, October 3.
Tensions raciales aux USA: le retour des vieux demons (background interview), Enquête Exclusive (France), October 1.
Faith leaders focus on church security after national incidents, KSTP-TV, September 30.
Metro faith leaders take security steps in wake of Nashville church shooting, Fox 9, September 30.
Task force releases recommendations on law enforcement and community relations, KSTP-TV, September 29.
Prof. James Densley recognized with UK Prime Minister's Points of Light Award, News@Metro, September 27.
Is antifa a street gang? GeoMovements, September 18.
Pavlich: Antifa should be designated a 'domestic terrorist organization', Fox News, September 18.
How a Minnesota program could become a new standard in crisis intervention training, Star Tribune, September 16.
Sonoma County's Morning News with Pat Kerrigan, KSRO 103.5 FM, Santa Rosa, CA, August 24.
Vikings fan sues Minneapolis Police, City claiming excessive force, KSTP-TV, August 9.
Running out of excuses: the all too familiar narrative of police shootings, Juris: Duke's Undergraduate Law Magazine, August 5.
Officer training fund won't be named for Castile, KSTP-TV, July 28.
Investigation continues into Justine Damond's shooting death in US, New Zealand Herald, July 25.
Justine Ruszczyk’s killer was on Minneapolis police fast track, The Australian, July 25.
Bizarre street signs go up in the wake of Justine Damond’s shooting death in US, News.com.au, July 25.
Background interview, Associated Press, July 24.
Minnesota cop who fatally shot Australian woman was ‘fast-tracked’ into the force, Fox News, July 24.
New questions raised about Minneapolis cop's training, CBS This Morning, July 24.
Officer who shot dead bride-to-be outside her Minneapolis home only had seven months training after he was fast-tracked through the police cadet program, Daily Mail, July 23.
Road to becoming a police officer unique in Minnesota, KSTP-TV, July 19.
Criminal justice expert shocked by police shooting, KSTP-TV, July 17.
There are good policing rules—Why won't officers use them with people of color?, Yes Magazine, June 28.
Escalating demands on police require additional training, ECM Post Review, May 7.
For those aging out of Twin Cities gang life, retirement is no time to kick back, Star Tribune, February 15.
Do college grads make better cops? Post Bulletin, December 19.
Black Market: Dispatches (Crime Towers, Season 1, Episode 8), Viceland, October 11.
Take the money and run, Time Warner Cable News, Charlotte, NC., September 4.
Study window, China Women's News, August 16.
Background interview, Minnesota Public Radio, August 3.
Are police being taught to pull the trigger too fast? National Public Radio, July 15.
Background interview, APM Reports, July 13.
Schools project hailed for cutting gang violence, Evening Standard, May 19.
Appeal lost, Detroit Jewish News, April 28.
Feds outline student aid fraud, charges to come?, Detroit Free Press, March 24.
Pilot project seeks ways to build police-community trust, Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder, January 27.
Drugs gangs recruiting nine-year-olds, research suggests, BBC, January 13.
Fears grow over gangs' exploitation of women and young people, The Guardian, January 13.
Gangs lure children under nine with new trainers and tracksuits, The Telegraph, January 13.
Rural and coastal towns to receive new Government support to tackle gang violence, The Independent, January 13.
Urban gangs recruit children under nine, Daily Mail, January 13.
Gangs 'force girls to think group sex is normal', Home Office report warns, Evening Standard, January 13.
Children under 9 ‘are being used as drug runners', Metro, January 13.
Sentencing of NY gang members unlikely to be last chapter in Harlem, Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, December 16.
L'EI, c'est le gang de rue sous stéroïdes, 7Sur7, October 7.
Meet and greet: Dr. James Densley, RSA United States, September.
Opposites attract: Cops, troubled teens go fishing, KSTP-TV, July 7.
Dr. James Densley hangs with gangs, KFAI Radio Without Borders, September 4.
Apparent victim of St. Paul gang beating is out of a coma, St. Paul Pioneer Press, August 12.
Illegal gun sales: Smarter enforcement, Savannahnow / Savannah Morning News, May 20.
Alumni Dr James Densley visits the University of Northampton to talk about his new book, University of Northampton, May 14.
Getting away with murder, Trinidad and Tobago Newsday, March 18.
What Stringer Bell can teach us about gangs, The Society Pages, December 19.
Chicago gang threatens to kill Minnesota police officer, KSTP-TV, October 31.
Olímpica, Londres ainda teme reedição de onda de revoltas após um ano, Folha de S.Paulo, August 5.
The evolution of London street gangs, Mind Hacks, April 5
Police and hospitals attack knife and gun crime, Constabulary, March 27.
Met Police to track London gun injuries with A&E data, BBC London News, March 24.
Metropolitan Police knife crime DVD aimed at children, BBC London News, March 23.
The management of knife injuries, The Surgical Foundation, March 23.
Girls in gangs warned of rape risk, Daily Express, February 10.
Girls raped by their own gang members to receive victims fund, Huffington Post, February 10.
Scheme launched to support gang victims, Channel 4 News, February 10.
Government targets sexual abuse of girls in gangs, The Guardian, February 9.
Double take, BBC Radio 5 Live, February 5.
St. Paul employs ‘smarter, not softer’ approach to gangs, St. Paul Pioneer Press, December 3.
After the riots, London police tackle gangs, The Washington Post, November 4, 2011.
Met working with schools in bid to offer an escape route, Evening Standard, October 31.
Anti-gang lessons for nine-year-olds: police to shock pupils over knife crime, Evening Standard, August 30. Partial List The Times of India and Corriere della Sera, Italy.
Mob rules: Six steps to gang survival, The Sun, August 19.
Groupie sex and extreme violence key to gang membership, report shows, Metro, August 19.
Gangs dürstet nach Gewalt, N-TV, August 19. Reprinted Süddeutsche Zeitung and Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung.
Glasgow campaigner calls for radical response to gang violence after riots, The Guardian, August 19.
Riots are a cry for help, says ex-London gang leader, Reuters, August 12. Partial List: Baltimore Sun, Chicago Tribune, El Informador, The Province, Vancouver Sun, Yahoo!
Gang warfare, Inside Track: The Magazine of the Home Office, May/June.