Are Active Shooter Events On the Rise?

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Are mass shootings on the rise? The answer apparently depends on who you are asking and how you define mass shootings. This article presents an array of research recently published asking this question. It is important to ask, given the perception of a rise in mass shootings created by mass media coverage of incidents, the […]

Medication Prevalence Among Mass Shooters

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Advances in medicine have helped millions of people cure or reduce the impact of ailments, including mental illness. While mood stabilizing drugs and antidepressants help individuals regain control over their emotional and psychological struggles, another statistic that has been cited by alternative media sources is the prevalence of mass shooters who are on prescription medication. […]

Are Mass Shooters Crazy?

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In recent media attention about gun control vs. mental illness, the issue of mass shooters having mental health problems has been discussed, calling for better screening, improved health services and expanded background screening for gun purchases. Aaron Alexis had reported bouts of paranoia and hearing voices prior to his rampage at the Washington Navy Yard. […]

Video Blog: Domestic Violence in the Workplace – Using a Hitman

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Johnny Lee talks about warning signs and prevention techniques to help prevent this form of workplace violence.

Assailants Who Don’t Plan to Escape or Survive

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It was a unique case of workplace violence when authorities were unable to locate Sang Ho Kim after he killed a former co-worker and severely injured his employer in Long Island, NY. After a long history of hostile and demanding behavior at work, Kim’s belief his employer was cheating him caused him to come to […]

Video Blog: Visionworks Store Shooting in Nashville

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Johnny Lee talks about the workplace shooting at Visionworks in Nashville, TN on September 4, 2013 that involved domestic violence spillover.