Over the last decade, mass shootings have killed or injured hundreds of Americans. More than half of those shootings involved domestic violence. This presentation will use findings from recent studies regarding the connection between mass shootings and domestic violence to demonstrate how factors associated with domestic violence dynamics suggest the possibility of future mass shootings. Attendees will learn to characterize domestic violence as a public safety concern that impacts the entire community rather than an individual problem. The discussion will inspire attendees to work collaboratively with their multidisciplinary teams using best practices to improve the community response to domestic violence.
As a result of this webinar, participants will be better able to:
- Define mass shooting.
- Promote victim safety and offender accountability by understanding the connection between mass shootings and domestic violence.
- Formulate best practice responses based on recent studies regarding the connection between mass shootings and domestic violence.
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