The Key to Preventing School Shootings: Dewey Cornell / Forensic Clinical Psychologist
Dewey Cornell created a threat assessment program to prevent mass shootings in schools. It catches signs that a student is troubled and can help resolve issues before violent behavior starts.
Dewey Cornell argues that a mass school shooting is preventable. It is important to identify serious signs of violent behaviors at an earlier stage.
Based on extensive research, Cornell created the threat assessment program and has taught teachers and school staff in workshops in the US and Canada.
It may take time and need a team of educators to implement a threat assessment program. However, it helps not only to prevent a shooting but also a violent incident at school.