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Many campus shootings have similarities. Studying them might prevent more tragedy, researchers say, Philadelphia Inquirer, May 3.
Weekend news, KCBS Radio, April 20.
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.
Minnetonka police see sharp drop in mental health crisis calls after taking new training program, Star Tribune, February 22.
One year after Parkland, are Americans equipped to prevent school shootings? MPR News, February 13.
How should we prepare kids for a school shooting? KUOW Public Radio (Seattle), February 4.
$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.
MN researchers' mass shooter database gets federal funding, KARE-11, November 8.
Study could soon bring student researchers face-to-face with mass shooters, KSTP-TV, November 8.
Background interview, Politico, September 21.
Minnetonka police train for mental health crises, Associated Press, September 8.
Minnetonka cops connect with mental health workers to defuse crises, Minnesota Public Radio, September 4.
Examining the R-Model, Minnesota Police Chief, Summer 2018.
Minnetonka police want to connect mental-crisis callers with therapists, Star Tribune, July 31.
Local researchers compile mass shooting database, KARE 11, July 3.
SMART Center is one good solution to Minnesota's crisis-intervention training needs, MinnPost, March 30.
Looking for motives in America's mass shootings, MinnPost, March 9.
Knee-jerk reactions will not prevent shootings, The Chetek Alert, February 28.
Minnesota incident included in 2018 U.S. school-shooting total shouldn't be, police official says, Star Tribune, February 15.
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.
Minnesota researchers create mass shooting database, Associated Press, October 14.
'This shooter is a little different': Hamline professor studies mass shootings, Minnesota Public Radio, October 8.
Mass killers like the Vegas shooter should not be named in news coverage, experts say, Newsweek, October 3.
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.
Hamline team researches the why behind mass shootings, KARE 11, October 3, 2017,
How common are mass shootings? WCCO, October 2, 2017.
Trying to make sense of mass shootings, KARE 11, October 2, 2017.