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 How Columbine gunmen defy any prototype
 7 signs of the dangerously mentally ill
 April 18, 2014
Dear PoliceOne Member,

It's been 15 years since Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold committed their attack on Columbine High School, and today "Columbine changed everything" is a common refrain. It's certain that a lot did change — no more would containment be an acceptable tactic while gunfire continued unabated inside that perimeter — but no sane person would argue with the contention that more needs to be done to prevent similar tragedies in the future.

Today we feature a lineup of columns from a number of our contributors, and I encourage you to take time reviewing all of them. Further, in case you missed any of the commentary we've done over the past several weeks as this anniversary approached, you can access all of those pieces in this special report.

Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor In Chief
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15 Years After Columbine

How the story of the Columbine gunmen defies any prototype

By Dave Smith, PoliceOne Contributor
One of the true legacies of the Columbine Massacre is the need for law enforcement to constantly use its imagination to prepare for inexplicable evil to strike. How have you prepared?

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15 Years After Columbine

7 signs of the dangerously mentally ill

By Greg Sancier, PoliceOne Contributor
It takes a group of people recognizing what could be a huge public safety problem. Use these signs to recognize that something is wrong with an individual, based on obvious behavior patterns. Have you seen these signs?
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15 Years After Columbine

Surviving Columbine but still struggling with the darkness

By Joel Shults, PoliceOne Columnist
It is not his proximity to death that day that occupied Keith's thoughts during the ensuing months and years, nor even the question of why he lived and others didn't. It's the darkness of it all. Normalcy stopped at 1119 hours

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