The Violence Prevention Project Webinar Series - New Research
Wednesday, January 31, 2024
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
The Violence Project, a small nonprofit best known for its work on mass shooting prevention, has recently transitioned to Hamline University, establishing itself as a fully-fledged university research center. Our research has expanded to include a comprehensive analysis of all homicides occurring on K-12 and college campuses, an in-depth exploration of the surge in homicides in the Twin Cities during the pandemic, and a national survey assessing gun violence exposure. Our mission remains to reduce violence in society using data and analysis.
This free webinar series, occurring on the last Wednesday of the month at noon central, will present our latest research findings and their implications for prevention and policy.
Our first session on January 31st will provide an overview of our new research projects and present new findings on the latest version of our Mass Shooter Database (Version 8.0).
This webinar series is aimed at policy makers and practitioners including teachers and school administrators, mental health professionals, medical professionals, security and police, parents, and anyone concerned about gun violence.
Upcoming Webinars -
Wednesday, February 28 12:00-1:00
New K-12 and College Homicide Databases
Wednesday, March 27 12:00-1:00
National Gun Violence Exposure Survey
Wednesday, April 24
The Rise in Twin Cities Homicides during the Pandemic
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