Predicting violence remains something of a forensic uncertainty. It is highly unlikely that law enforcement will be able to identify the next episode of terminal rage before it occurs in spite of updated behavioral health analysis.
ROAD MAP TO VIOLENCE – WHAT CAN WE DO TO PREDICT VIOLENCE? There is no single road map to understanding the complexity of human behavior in general and homicide in particular. If there were the rate of domestic violence homicide might be reduced to zero. Unfortunately behavioral analysis as a science has not evolved into … Continue reading Road Map to Violence
Westborough, MA July 23, 2014 The pendulum of public opinion on gun ownership swings back and forth between those with the fierce belief about the inalienable right to bear arms granted by the U.S. Constitution and those who believe intuitively that fewer guns will result in fewer deaths. The argument is not a simple one … Continue reading Relationships, red flags and gun violence