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 […]
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 […]
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. […]
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.
We have learned so much in the past 20 years about how to prevent school shootings. Dr. Beverly Kingston and Bill Woodward speak about what we know works to keep […]
Safe2Tell is a national model for preventing school-related cataclysms of all sorts, from shootings to suicides, by encouraging students to anonymously reveal what they know. School Safety and Prevention Expert at […]
Safe2Tell works to prevent violence in schools and is a vital resource to maintaining a safe community. Susan Payne, founder of Safe2Tell, speaks with CPR about the program’s successes.
The Colorado Shakespeare Festival, founded in partnership with CSPV, is traveling across the state and using theater to teach middle and high school students about how to prevent violence. For […]
April 2019 marks the 20th anniversary of the Columbine High School Shootings. Uniting to Prevent School Violence will bring together community leaders, public health professionals, public safety officials, and scientists […]