New Study Uncovers Patterns in Mass Attacks

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An officer puts up police tape at a crime scene after a shooting at the Spanish Town shops in Half Moon Bay, Calif., on Jan. 24 - SAMANTHA LAUREY/AFP via Getty Images
  • A new study from the Secret Service’s National Threat Assessment Center examined 173 public attacks occurring between January 2016 and December 2020 and found repeating patterns.
  • Almost all attackers acted alone and were men. Nearly 73 percent of attacks involved firearms.
  • The study says that nearly half of attackers had a history of perpetuating misogyny and/or domestic violence, and that those behaviors “deserve increased attention” from law enforcement. Read More

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