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Mass Shootings at Virginia Tech

Mass Shootings at Virginia Tech

Mass Shootings at Virginia

Mass Shootings at Virginia Tech April 16, 2007 Report of the Review Panel Presented to Governor Kaine Commonwealth of Virginia AUGUST 2007

  • Page 2 and 3: MASS SHOOTINGS AT VIRGINIA TECH APR
  • Page 4 and 5: CHAPTER V. INFORMATION PRICACY LAWS
  • Page 6 and 7: DEDICATION The Virginia Tech Review
  • Page 8 and 9: Rachael Elizabeth Hill Hometown: Gl
  • Page 10 and 11: Reema Joseph Samaha Hometown: Centr
  • Page 12 and 13: FOREWORD FROM GOVERNOR KAINE • Ca
  • Page 14 and 15: O SUMMARY OF KEY FINDINGS SUMMARY O
  • Page 16 and 17: SUMMARY OF KEY FINDINGS reported to
  • Page 18 and 19: O n April 16, 2007, one student, se
  • Page 20 and 21: From the beginning, the concept was
  • Page 22 and 23: was invaluable and substantially im
  • Page 24 and 25: B Chapter II UNIVERSITY SETTING AND
  • Page 26 and 27: knowing each other on a first-name
  • Page 28 and 29: off, or intentionally not carried.
  • Page 30 and 31: problems, fires, and terrorism were
  • Page 32 and 33: It was the strong opinion of groups
  • Page 34 and 35: T he following timeline provides an
  • Page 36 and 37: VTPD interviews Cho, but the female
  • Page 38 and 39: About 5:30 a.m. One of Cho’s othe
  • Page 40 and 41: About 9:40 a.m. 1 until about 9:51
  • Page 42 and 43: Hall,” saying the shooter has bee
  • Page 44 and 45: O Chapter IV MENTAL HEALTH HISTORY
  • Page 46 and 47: Mrs. Cho made a big effort to help
  • Page 48 and 49: grade, his art therapist observed a
  • Page 50 and 51: questions or concerns, said she ask
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    may make inquiries on a confidentia

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    taken a creative writing (fiction)

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    problem for her before. She asked a

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    officers and provided updates on me

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    ought before the Virginia Tech mult

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    summary, which was not part of the

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    Bean did not discuss the matter wit

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    ment alone, many professors encount

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    hearings, training, and compensatio

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    nevertheless convened the hearing a

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    had been scheduled by Cho with the

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    IV-16 The number and capacity of se

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    W hile Cho was a student at Virgini

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    university administration or Cho's

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    Law enforcement performs various ot

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    V-3 The following amendments to FER

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    I Chapter VI GUN PURCHASE AND CAMPU

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    involuntary commitment statute. Tha

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    that they felt it was safer for res

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    T Chapter VII DOUBLE MURDER AT WEST

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    Figure 6. Emily Hilscher’s Door W

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    mother incorrectly inferred that pe

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    the shooter is in the neighborhood.

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    misconception. There was continuous

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    accordance with accepted police pra

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    start of the shooting, the police m

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    hide other than behind the desks. B

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    Some attempts were made by a few st

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    At approximately 9:45 a.m., the Pol

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    The group of students from Professo

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    Room No. Total Students on Class Ro

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    At 7:29 a.m., Rescue 3 accessed the

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    Montgomery County ESC-Police Comman

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    of focusing on individual patient c

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    B E were moved to the minor treatme

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    HOSPITAL RESPONSE P atients from Vi

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    Table 5. Norris Hall Victims Treate

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    Carilion New River Valley Hospital

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    EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT M ulticasualty

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    to WebEOC. 24 By 10:25 a.m., the Vi

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    the Virginia Tech incident. Command

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    cations between EMS providers on th

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    Family members of homicide victims

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    DNA was excluded as a means of iden

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    Autopsies Ante Records ID by Prints

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    for victim survivors generally incl

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    Crime scene operations with law enf

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    I Chapter XI IMMEDIATE AFTERMATH AN

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    more families for the purpose of pr

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    their local jurisdictions. Because

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    To make room for all the individual

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    CHAPTER XI. IMMEDIATE AFTERMATH AND

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    should report and spells out proced

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    identification process, and the pro

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    APPENDIX A. EXECUTIVE ORDER 53 (07)

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    APPENDIX A. EXECUTIVE ORDER 53 (07)

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    APPENDIX A. EXECUTIVE ORDER 53 (07)

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    APPENDIX A. EXECUTIVE ORDER 53 (07)

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    Appendix B INDIVIDUALS INTERVIEWED

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    APPENDIX B. INTERVIEWEES Joe Schetz

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    APPENDIX B. INTERVIEWEES Kenneth La

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    APPENDIX B. INTERVIEWEES Erin Sheeh

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    APPENDIX B. INTERVIEWEES Kent McDan

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    APPENDIX B. INTERVIEWEES Other Stev

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    APPENDIX C. PUBLIC MEETING AGENDA F

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    APPENDIX C. PUBLIC MEETING AGENDA T

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    APPENDIX C. PUBLIC MEETING AGENDA F

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    Appendix D RECOMMENDATIONS ON REVIS

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    Appendix E VIRGINIA TECH GUIDELINES

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    Appendix F ACTIVE SHOOTER EXCERPT F

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    • What is happening. APPENDIX F.

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    Appendix G GUIDANCE LETTERS ON INTE

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    APPENDIX G. FERPA/HIPAA GUIDANCE FR

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    APPENDIX G. FERPA/HIPAA GUIDANCE FR

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    APPENDIX G. FERPA/HIPAA GUIDANCE FR

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    APPENDIX G. FERPA/HIPAA GUIDANCE FR

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    APPENDIX G. FERPA/HIPAA GUIDANCE FR

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    APPENDIX G. FERPA/HIPAA GUIDANCE FR

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    APPENDIX G. FERPA/HIPAA GUIDANCE FR

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    APPENDIX G. FERPA/HIPAA GUIDANCE FR

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    APPENDIX G. FERPA/HIPAA GUIDANCE FR

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    APPENDIX G. FERPA/HIPAA GUIDANCE FR

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    Appendix H SUMMARY OF INFORMATION P

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    APPENDIX H. SUMMARY OF INFORMATION

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    APPENDIX H. SUMMARY OF INFORMATION

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    APPENDIX H. SUMMARY OF INFORMATION

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    APPENDIX I. FEDERAL/VIRGINIA GUN PU

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    APPENDIX I. FEDERAL/VIRGINIA GUN PU

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    APPENDIX I. FEDERAL/VIRGINIA GUN PU

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    APPENDIX I. FEDERAL/VIRGINIA GUN PU

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    Appendix J NOTIFICATION OF ADJUDICA

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    SP-237, Revised 2007 APPENDIX J. VI

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    APPENDIX K. MIXTURE OF GUNS AND ALC

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    APPENDIX K. MIXTURE OF GUNS AND ALC

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    APPENDIX K. MIXTURE OF GUNS AND ALC

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    APPENDIX L. FATAL SCHOOL SHOOTINGS:

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    APPENDIX L. FATAL SCHOOL SHOOTINGS:

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    APPENDIX L. FATAL SCHOOL SHOOTINGS:

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    APPENDIX L. FATAL SCHOOL SHOOTINGS:

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    APPENDIX L. FATAL SCHOOL SHOOTINGS:

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    Appendix M RED FLAGS, WARNING SIGNS

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    APPENDIX M. RED FLAGS, WARNING SIGN

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    Appendix N A THEORETICAL PROFILE OF

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    APPENDIX N: A THEORITICAL PROFILE O

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    APPENDIX N: A THEORITICAL PROFILE O

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