Active Shooter Drills: Youth Believe Benefits Unclear

July 22, 2020

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N’dea Moore-Petinak, doctoral candidate at U-M’s School of Public Health, studied the impact of active shooter drills in schools. Two-thirds of the study’s respondents have experienced active shooter or lockdown drills. However, many students felt unsafe, scared, helpless or sad after experiencing active shooter drills.

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