Seventy five law-enforcement professionals, mental-health experts and educators gathered this week in Morris County to discuss how to prevent school shootings.
The two-day seminar, held at the county’s Public Training Safety Academy in Morristown, was led by Dr. Marisa Randazzo, managing partner of Sigma Threat Management Associates.
“One of the things that I think is most important, that people don’t understand, is that prior to most school shootings in the U.S., the school shooter let other people know about their violent ideas and plans beforehand,” Randazzo said.
Similar programs will be held next month in other counties, including Bergen and Middlesex.
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