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Public Resources

ACHA Campus White Paper

American College Health Association White Paper on Threat Assessment

ASJA Threat Assessment Paper

Association of Student Judicial Affairs Legal Issues Paper on Threat Assessment

Assn for University & College Counseling Center Directors Needs

Assn for University & College Counseling Center Directors documented list of mental health needs changes on campuses

BJA Report on Protecting Judicial Officials

BJA Report on Protecting Judicial Officials – Threat Assessment Processes

BJS Survey on Violent Victimization of College Students

BJS Survey on Violent Victimization of College Students

Campus Attacks: Targeting Violence Affecting Institutions of Higher Education (April 2010)

Campus Attacks: Targeting Violence Affecting Institutions of Higher Education (April 2010)

Campus Threat Assessment Training: A Multidisciplinary Approach

COPS Office funds Margolis Healy to deliver campus threat assessment trainings using a multidisciplinary approach at locations throughout the United States. COPS Office E-Newsletter – April 2009

COPS - Campus Threat Assessment Case Studies

Campus Threat Assessment Case Studies: A training tool for investigation, evaluation, and intervention

U.S. Department of Justice COPS, December 2012

Higher Ed Center for Alcohol and Other Drug

Preventing violence and promoting safety in higher education setting from The Higher Education Center

Implementing Behavioral Threat Assessment on Campus

Recently published by Virginia Tech, Implementing Behavioral Threat Assessment on Campus: A Virginia Tech Demonstration Project, is now available for download. This book provides an overview of how Virginia Tech responded after the shootings in April 2007 and explains how case management and threat assessment were implemented.

Managing Violent and Other Troubling Students: The Role of Threat Assessment Teams on Campus

Article authored by John Dunkle, Zachary Silverstein,and Scott L.Warner

NAAG Report on VA Tech

National Attorney General’s Report on VA Tech

NASPA Report on Emerging Practices for Student Affairs in Addressing Campus Violence

NASPA Report on Emerging Practices for Student Affairs in Addressing Campus Violence

Pavela Article on Dealing with Troubled Students

Pavela Article on Dealing with Troubled Students

Randazzo Article

Threat Assessment in Schools: Empirical Support and Comparison With Other Approaches

Red Flags, Warning Signs and Indicators

Article on red flags, warning signs and indicators by Dr. Roger Depeu

Student Mental Health and the Law

The Jed Foundation, Student Mental Health and the Law: A Resource for Institutions of Higher Education.

Testimony before Committee on Homeland Security

Opening Statement Testimony for the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs – “Security on America’s College Campuses”

Testimony before the House Committee on Education and Labor

Testimony provided by Steven J. Healy to the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Education and Labor; “Best Practices for Making College Campuses Safe”

Threat Assessment In Schools

Threat Assessment in Schools: A Guide to Managing Threatening Situations and to Creating Safe School Climates – US Secret Service and US Department of Education

US Secret Service Paper

Paper from US Secret Service and Dept of Education.
PRIOR KNOWLEDGE OF POTENTIAL SCHOOL-BASED VIOLENCE: INFORMATION STUDENTS LEARN MAY PREVENT A TARGETED ATTACK

COPS LogoThis project was supported by Cooperative Agreement Number 2008-CK-WX-K006 awarded by the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions contained herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Justice. References to specific companies, products, or services should not be considered an endorsement by the author(s) or the U.S. Department of Justice. Rather, the references are illustrations to supplement discussion of the issues.