Officials pack FBI seminar on school violence, threats
By Kimberly Vetter
EAST BATON ROUGE, LA. — Every school shooter is unique, but many share personality traits, a behavioral science expert told Louisiana educators and law enforcement professionals Monday during a seminar on school violence and threat assessment.
Those responsible for school shootings across the United States are usually easily frustrated and have low self-esteem and an exaggerated sense of entitlement, FBI Special Agent Terri Royster said.
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