Mass Victimization: Promising Avenues for Prevention

Focuses on identifying strategies that contribute to preventing incidents of targeted violence that result in mass casualty events. The strategies are the result of a multi-agency collaborative conference held in 2013. The document offers seven promising avenues for prevention. Each avenue offers a summary for a strategy and references to both academic and practitioner evidence that suggests ways for curbing violence.

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