Participate in both in-person and virtual training opportunities with experts on how to prevent violence, respond to emergencies, provide support during mental health crises, and support victims of attacks. These trainings also help communities develop active shooter response, build their emergency operations plans, and conduct expert briefings to help communities identify individuals who may be moving towards violence. Training opportunities are available for the general public, educators, law enforcement, health care practitioners, behavioral and mental health professionals, and state, local, tribal, and territorial governments.
Each set of resources below is searchable by keyword. You can also filter the results to see the resources most relevant to different stakeholder groups (key audience) and which department/agency/office provided the resource, as well as filter by subcategory.
All the information in the Prevention Resource Finder is government-owned or sponsored.