Mounties try to curb killing sprees;News amp; Opinion;News in Brief

3rd December 1999 at 00:00
MOUNTIES IN THE Canadian province of Alberta have turned to the US Federal Bureau of Investigation for help in producing a guide to prevent future school killing sprees. The handbook will advise on profiling potential pupil killers by identifying risk factors such as family and school dynamics and clues in students' work that have been found to predict violence.

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