CSFS Dean and Faculty Sought As Experts in the Wake of Tragic Events in Newtown, CT

CSFS Dean and Faculty Sought As Experts in the Wake of Tragic Events in Newtown, CT

SAN DIEGO — Dec. 18, 2012 — California School of Forensic Studies (CSFS) faculty are some of the most experienced, qualified faculty in clinical forensic psychology and forensic studies. This holds true in the wake of tragic events in Newtown, CT, where twenty-six children and adults were killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School. The Dean of CSFS, Dr. Eric Hickey, and other faculty members have been sought out for comments and opinions on a variety of aspects regarding this heinous crime.

Dean Dr. Eric Hickey
12/18/2012 – Spoke with Charlotte Talks on WFAE in N. Carolina
Mass Shootings: Inside The Minds Of Madmen
12/14/2012 – Seen on KMPH FOX 26
Expert Surprised Newtown Gunman Preyed On Little Children
12/14/2012 – Interviewed by KSEE NBC 24
Few Answers Found in Broken Minds
Program Director and Assistant Professor Dr. Tracy Fass
12/17/2012 – Spoke with KPCC’s Airtalk with Larry Mantle
As Newtown grieves, national conversation begins about mental health and violence
Program Director and Associate Professor Dr. Glenn Lipson
12/17/2012 – Interviewed on KUSI News: “What we don’t want to do is to assume that if someone’s mentally ill they’re going to be violent,” said CSFS Professor Dr. Glenn Lipson speaking about signs of possible violence in children
A candle light memorial for victims of the mass shooting in Newtown, CT.