Speaking about one of the brothels she worked in, she said: "They [the men] were queuing up outside.There were 10 to 15 rooms in the same place and it's just... "If I did 40 to 50 people, that would be nothing." , she wrote about her former controllers. I want people to understand it’s not as easy as getting up and leaving," she writes.
Students and peers are often the ones who known about a potential attack, so they should be encouraged to be part of the prevention process.
Adults should take seriously any information they receive from students about a potential attack, and should make sure students feel comfortable coming forward.
School shooters do not have a single profile, nor a single reason for their attacks, but there are some ways that adults and students can reduce the chances of an attack occurring.
Schools are sometimes just the place where violence happens, such as in drug or gang related attacks, but in some cases they are the place chosen for an attack. Secret Service did a study on incidents of targeted school shootings, and, as of 2000, found 37 such incidents, beginning in 1974, with the number of incidents increasing each decade.
Source: Vossekuil, B., Fein, R., Reddy, M., Borum, R., & Modzeleski, W., The Final Report and Findings of the Safe School Initiative: Implications for the Prevention of School Attacks in the United States.