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Preparing for After: How to Help Victims of Mass Violence

NCJ Number
252765
Date Published
Annotation
This resource kit documents best practices in preparing for, responding to and recovering from acts of mass violence.
Abstract
This resource kit documents best practices in preparing for, responding to, and recovering from acts of mass violence. This resource documents lessons learned, research, and interviews related to 9/11 terrorist attacks; the Oklahoma City bombing; and the mass shootings at Virginia Tech, Northern Illinois University, and in Tucson, Arizona.
Date Created: April 4, 2019