The Denver 7 News Channel interviewed Dr. Beverly Kingston about the $2 million grant that CU Boulder’s Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence (CSPV) received from the Bureau […]
The Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence (CSPV) has been awarded a new $2 million grant from the Bureau of Justice Assistance to support school safety and violence […]
To raise awareness about the warning signs for violence and the importance of “upstander” reporting, the Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence—in partnership with community agencies and local […]
This CPR News article highlights one of CSPV’s rural partners. Researchers at CU’s Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence, which is working on its own community threat assessment […]
We are devastated to learn of the loss of 19 children and two teachers to school violence at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas. Each time a tragic attack occurs, our […]
Bill Woodward, CSPV Research Associate, speaks with CBS news in Denver to discuss what we have learned from school shootings and the benefits of the Safe Communities Safe Schools Model.
CSPV promotes school safety using Bystander Reporting as a foundational element of our approach. See the latest post from the Community Policing Dispatch e-newsletter written by CSPV staff and several national partners […]
After every mass shooting, I cry. I cry because I know violence can be prevented. I cry because few public conversations have anything to do with addressing the root causes […]
Through partnership with the National Association of School Resource Officers, CSPV helps create a new national set of best practices to prevent school violence. Click here to read the full […]
CSPV researchers will evaluate Colorado’s school safety protocol and training program for feasibility, satisfaction, and cultural responsiveness, so educators can implement the program with confidence. Click here to read the […]
Addressing root causes of violence, like bullying or inadequate mental health support, is the best way to prevent school violence and other problem behaviors, says Dr. Kingston, director of CSPV. […]
Despite online innovation and social media expansion, systems like Safe2Tell are still the most effective, least invasive way to keep people safe. Click here to read the full article on […]
CSPV knows what works to decrease gun violence by 20-30%, and it’s not as simple as a technical fix, like installing metal detectors. Gun violence is an adaptive challenge, and […]
Beverly Kingston and Susan Payne speak with the New York Times about preventing school violence.
Susan Payne was interviewed by 9 News Denver about the recent school shooting at STEM School Highlands Ranch.