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Web Forum: Serving Victims of Mass Violence | OVC

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On September 27, 2016, at 2 p.m. (eastern time), Krista Flannigan and Karen Thomas will host an OVC Web Forum discussion on serving victims of mass violence, offering information on how to prepare for and respond to mass violence incidents.

September is National Preparedness Month | NCJRS

Every year, communities experience a range of incidents that challenge security and resilience, and confirm the need to continuously enhance preparedness. During National Preparedness Month, see the Safety and Preparedness Special Feature for information and resources.



Access Campus Safety Resources | NCJRS

National Campus Safety Awareness Month
During National Campus Safety Awareness Month (September), see the Campus Safety Special Feature for information and resources about crime on campus and what is being done to prevent such crime.

Crime Forecasting Challenge Announced | NIJ

Real-Time Crime Forecasting Challenge
The Real-Time Crime Forecasting Challenge seeks to harness advances in data science to address the challenges of crime and justice. It encourages data scientists across all scientific disciplines to foster innovation in forecasting methods.

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