Using Open-source Data to Better Understand and Respond to American School Shootings: Introducing and Exploring the American School Shooting Study (TASSS)
Indicators of Lone Actor Violent Events: The Problems of Low Base Rates and Long Observational Periods
The Relation Between State Gun Laws and the Incidence and Severity of Mass Public Shootings in the United States, 1976-2018
Associations between News Media Coverage of the 11 September Attacks and Depression in Employees of New York City Area Businesses
Presence of Armed School Officials and Fatal and Nonfatal Gunshot Injuries During Mass School Shootings, United States, 1980-2019
The Contagion of Mass Shootings: The Interdependence of Large-Scale Massacres and Mass Media Coverage
Parent-Reported Child Reactions to the September 11, 2001 World Trade Center Attacks (New York USA) in Relation to Parent Post-Disaster Psychopathology Three Years After the Event
Mass public shootings continue to threaten communities in the United States, yet research on this criminal phenomenon is limited. In this full thematic panel, renowned experts will present a series of research projects summarizing NIJ-funded research projects’ newest findings on public mass shootings. The discussion will focus on NIJ’s investment to address the phenomenon of mass shootings through innovative study approaches to advance our understanding of mass shootings and inform prevention efforts. The implications of this research to criminal justice will also be discussed.