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- American Association of State Colleges and Universities, 2007:
Expecting the Unexpected: Lessons from the Virginia Tech Tragedy
- Campus Safety and Security Project, 2009:
Results of the National Campus Safety and Security Project Survey
- The International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators, 2008:
Overview of the Virginia Tech Tragedy and Implications for Campus Safety: The IACLEA Blueprint for Safer Campuses.
- National Association of Attorneys General, 2007:
Report and recommendations of Task Force on School and Campus Safety
- U.S. Dept of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, 2005:
National Summit on Campus Public Safety: Strategies for Colleges and Universities in a Homeland Security Environment
- U.S. Departments of Health & Human Services, Justice, and Education, 2007:
Report to the President: On Issues Raised by the Virginia Tech Tragedy
- U.S. Secret Service, U.S. Department of Education, and Federal Bureau of Investigation, 2010:
Campus Attacks: Targeted Violence Affecting Institutions of Higher Education
- U.S. Secret Service, U.S. Department of Education, 2002:
The Final Report and Findings of the Safe Schools Initiative: Implications for the Prevention of Schools Attacks in the United States
- U.S. Secret Service, U.S. Department of Education, and National Threat Assessment Center, 2002:
Threat Assessment in Schools: A guide to Managing Threatening Situations and to Creating Safe Schools Climates
- U.S. Secret Service, U.S. Department of Education, 2008:
Prior Knowledge of Potential School Based Knowledge: Information Students Learn may Prevent a Targeted Attack
- University of California Office of the President, 2008.
The Report of the University of California Campus Security Task Force
- Gubernatorial Task Force for University Campus Safety, 2007
Report of the Gubernatorial Task Force for University Campus Safety
- State of Illinois Campus Security Task Force, 2008.
Report to the Governor
- Governor's Task Force on Campus Safety, 2007.
Report to the Governor: Examination of Safety and Security at Kentucky's Public and Private Postsecondary Institutions
- Massachusetts Department of Higher Education & Applied Risk Management, 2008.
Campus violence prevention and response: Best practices for Massachusetts higher education.
- Missouri Campus Security Task Force, 2007.
Securing our Future: Making Colleges and Universities Safe Places to Learn and Grow
- New Jersey Campus Security Task Force, 2007.
Report Submitted to Governor Jon S. Corzine
- New Mexico Governor's Task Force on Campus Safety, 2007
Recommendations for Action: Emergency Preparedness in Higher Education
- New Mexico Governor's Task Force on Campus Safety, 2008
Final Report, Subcommittee on Mitigation, Protocols, and Infrastructure
- Oklahoma Campus Life and Safety and Security Task Force (CLASS), 2008
Final Report of the Campus Life and Safety and Security Task Force
- Pennsylvania State Police, 2007.
Pennsylvania College Campus Security Assessment Report
- Virginia Tech Governor’s Review Panel, 2007
Mass shootings at Virginia Tech, Report of the Review Panel presented to Governor Kaine, Commonwealth of Virginia
- Working Group for Virginia Tech President Charles Steger, 2007.
Findings and Recommendations of the Virginia Working Groups
- Norfolk State University, 2007.
Campus Safety and Security Task Force Final Report
- Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services' School Safety Center
Recommended Practices for Virginia College Threat Assessment
- Governor's Task Force on Campus Safety, 2007
Final Report of the Governor’s Task Force on Campus Safety
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