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What to Know About the Rise in Active Shooter Attacks

icon Article on Emergency/Crisis Management, Risk/Threat Analysis, Workplace Violence  •  posted 02/13/14

It certainly seems as if active shooter incidents are on the rise in the U.S., but is that feeling just a consequence of the 24-hour news, Internet-age we live in? No, according to a new report released by the FBI. It should seem like active shooter incidents are occurring more frequently—because they are. Here is what you should take away from the new data.

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