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How behavioral threat assessment can stop mass shootings before they occur

Journalist Mark Follman says that understanding the psychology of shooters and intervening where appropriate can help prevent massacres from happening. His new book is Trigger Points.

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How behavioral threat assessment can stop mass shootings before they occur

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