Featured information from National Crime Victims' Rights Week 2021

We serve as the source for best evidence to achieve a social understanding of mass violence upon which civic leaders, mental health professionals, journalists, policy makers, and victim assistance professionals can rely. Our vision is to provide communities access to evidence-based information and resources needed to effectively prepare for and respond to mass violence incidents.


The New York Times

Years After Deadly Shooting, Tree of Life Synagogue Plans a New Beginning

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FOX 59 Indianapolis

Mass shootings increase by 50%, local researchers point to pandemic

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The New York Times

The Biology of Grief

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Spectrum News 1

“If you see something, say something”: UC Davis gun violence research team studies ways to prevent mass shootings

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US Sikh community traumatized by yet another mass shooting

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