The Policy Tree

Your Online Source for Public Policy

Tag

safety

Preventing School Shootings: the Use of Threat Assessment in Schools

School Shooting in the US: How Far Have We Come? School shootings in the United States are a statistically rare, albeit devastating, occurrence. There have been many efforts to address school shootings ranging from the Safe School Initiative to spending… Continue Reading →

Lies, Damned Lies and Food Safety

By Dan Strongin A handful of epidemiologists applied probability theory to a hodgepodge of data to come up with a number of cases of food-borne illness annually in the United States. The number they come up with is over 9… Continue Reading →

Teenage Auto Accident Rates

By Matthew Harang The study takes an in-depth look at teenage car accident rates, considering the elevated levels when compared to adults. The report analyzes what actions could and should be taken from a public policy standpoint. (Photo credit:Lew Holzman/Flickr)

© 2017 The Policy Tree — Powered by WordPress

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑