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This series consists of five modules addressing different aspects of combatting mass violence. From victim services to community rebuilding, to case studies of horrific events, this series hopes to engage the attorney general community and reflect on best practices. Mass violence is a horrible illness inflicting modern-day Americans, but this series will assist the state attorney general community in preparation should another mass violence incident occur, including lessons learned and summaries of key legal issues.

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Learning Objectives

Course does not contain learning objectives. Contact Caroline Lannon if learning objectives are needed.