Data


Our training is data-driven.

The Violence Project has been researching mass shootings since 2017. You can explore our mass shooter database or look through our data handouts and peer-reviewed articles here. Click on any image to access a full size photo or pdf.

The Violence Project’s data on school mass shooters (Accurate as of May 2021)
The Violence Project’s data on workplace mass shooters (Accurate as of May 2021)

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Psychosis and Mass Shootings: A Systematic Examination Using Publicly Available Data (2021)
Presence of Armed School Officials and Fatal and Nonfatal Gunshot Injuries During Mass School Shootings, United States, 1980-2019 (2021)
Evaluation of ‘the R-Model’ crisis intervention de-escalation training for law enforcement (2019)
Is Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training evidence-based practice? A systematic review (2018)
Group Aggression (2018)
Cyber Violence: What do we know and where do we go from here? (2017)
TVP – Gun Violence in America (2017)
Developing an Understanding of Victims and Violent Offenders: The Impact of Fostering Empathy (2015)
Training Students to Respond to Shootings on Campus: Is It Worth It? (2015)

Contact

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