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[Report] SENEWS-2019-07-11

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[Homework]SENEWS-2019-07-11

Two thirds of all mass public attacks in the United States last year were carried out by someone with mental health problems. In more than one third of the attacks, the attacker killed himself at the sight of the attack or shortly after leaving. Those findings come from a new report from the country's National Threat Assessment Center, or NTAC. The NTAC is part of the United States' Secret Service. The researchers looked at 27 attacks in public places in which three or more people were injured or killed. The attacks took place in 18 states. 91 people were killed in all. Another 107 were wounded. Such attacks included the February 2018 high school shooting in Parkland, Florida, which left 17 people dead. The researchers also looked at the October 2008 shooting at the Tree of Life Jewish Religious Center in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. 11 people died in that attack. U.S. officials are searching for ways to decrease such violence. We don't have a magic wand, said NTAC Chief, x. There is not a single solution to everything. The report was able to identify some broad themes in the attacks. For example, 89% involved firearms, and 70% happened at a place of business, such as a bank or office building. 25% of the 27 attacks were carried out by males. The youngest attacker was a 15-year-old high school student in x, Kentucky. He killed two classmates and injured ten more. The oldest attacker was a 64-year-old man who walked into a restaurant in x, Alabama, where he reportedly shot and killed the owner and another person. More than half of the incidents were connected to personal disputes at work or at home. NTAC researchers blamed just two of the 27 attacks on ideology. The report says hatred of Jews was behind the deadly shooting at the Pittsburg synagogue, and it said a February 18th truck attack at a medical center in New Jersey was carried out because the attacker opposes the right of women to medically end their pregnancies. The NTAC and the Department of Homeland Security, or DHS, are urging communities to look for any signs that someone is at risk of becoming violent. The agencies are trying to educate the public about possible warning signs, and what actions observers can take. NTAC's x said: We want to identify individuals early to deter them off that path. The NTAC and DHS have been contacting state and local officials as well as schools, businesses and mental health agencies to provide free training and advice. A large part of the goal is to make sure people feel at ease coming forward with information. DHS Acting Secretary x said people should trust their feelings. Prevention of mass attacks is truly a community effort, he said. Officials believe at least that part of the message is getting through. In more than 75% of the mass attacks in 2018, someone shared concerns about the attacker before the attack took place. But officials admit this has not been enough. An authority said if the community is sharing their concerns, then it's really incumbent on the person in authority to act on those concerns, whether it's law enforcement, a workplace manager, or a school administrator. But many believe that U.S. policies still fall short of a solution. Critics argue that officials are too centered on mental health. With all these accidents, there is a common denominator of firearms and easy access to guns and ammunition, said x, an expert at the x Center. We still can't predict human behavior, x noted. We can come up with all the great technologies in the world, but if guns are still readily available, this is going to be the result.

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