Choose a juvenile-related (or young adult) killing spree which occurred over the past 25 years.
Describe the atrocities which occurred in your chosen case.
Examine the “warning signs” that were ignored or not fully investigated.
Identify actions that could have prevented the killings by the following groups: parents, siblings, friends/peers, school officials and police.
List specific actions which, if taken prior to the murders, could have prevented the murders.
Juvenile Related Killing Spree: Case Study Of The Virginia Tech University Shooting In 2007
Length: 3 pages (825 Words)
Juvenile Related Killing Spree: Case Study of the Virginia Tech University Shooting in 2007
Virginia Tech University woke up to a harsh reality of losing over thirty of its studentship and faculty following the horrific shooting by a gunman that occurred in April of 2007. This incident resulted in harmful effects and injuries sustained by some people as well as the psychological trauma that affected other individuals. According to research and information available about the incident, the shooter committed this crime within the university setting and managed to claim such a massive number of innocent individuals who were rendered prey to the inhumane act (Lösel & Farrington, 2012).
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