“Investigations will be done and this case will be looked at. And everyone will try their best to figure out what went wrong and how can we prevent it from happening in the future. Somehow there are a lot of people who missed a lot of things.” – Torrie Taj, CEO of Child Crisis Arizona

Often it’s not that people miss the Warning Signs, in fact, most of the time there are more than enough Warning Signs they just aren’t connected so the right people (Threat Assessment Team, Behavioral Assessment Team, etc.) can see the bigger picture and intervene, disrupt, and prevent incidents before they occur.

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