Anatomy of School Shootings (Episode 147)

School Shootings Doctors Brian and Giuseppe discuss the history of school shootings, and the steps taken by schools to prevent them.

  • How do most schools respond if a student has made a threat?
  • Who typically becomes involved if a student might be dangerous?
  • What do professionals consider when deciding whether a student is at a high risk for committing a violent act?
  • What might reduce the risk that school shootings will occur?

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Note: Posts on Family Anatomy are for education only, and are not intended to replace professional or medical advice. If you need to talk to someone about family or mental health issues, you can get a referral from your family doctor. Doctors Brian and Giuseppe discussed kids in general in this episode, but every child is unique; your experience may vary from that discussed in this episode.