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Kudos to Chief Michael Thompson
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Kudos to Chief Michael Thompson

All of us at The National Center for Prevention of Community Violence would like to congratulate Michael Thompson, chief of the Arizona State University Police Department and a member of our Advisory Board, on his receiving the Doctor of Education in Leadership and Innovation from ASU’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College on May 11, 2020.…

Violence Is A Process, Not An Event
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Violence Is A Process, Not An Event

by Bobby Kipper, Executive Director NCPCV During these unsettling times the issue of anxiety and aggression can quickly turn into heated words and physically acting out behavior. These are certainly difficult and anxious times that challenge our emotions in many ways. Anger and aggression can easily be a result of our inability to control our…

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We Are Growing

We are pleased to announce the opening of our new Arizona Headquarters to kick-off 2018. The new office is located at 2578 Smoke Tree Lane in Prescott, AZ. The National Center for Prevention Of Community Violence has been partnering with agencies in Arizona for several years to bring the latest in Prevention Programs to schools…

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Bullying in the NFL: How Much a Part of the Culture is This?

The recent revelation concerning bullying within the Miami Dolphins organization has led us to question whether this type of behavior is a part of team and locker room culture or is it an individual event? The circumstances that surround the ongoing taunting and harassment of Jonathan Martin is an indication that greater problems could exist…