Clinical risk factors, Historical Risk Factors, Contextual Risk Factors, Protective Factors
JJ is a 17 year old male. He appears as the boy next door. He is a latchkey child with little contact with his parents; their careers require many days “on the road”. He has a great interest in watching war movies and idolizes mercenary-like war criminals. He practices shooting targets in his backyard for “relaxation”. Drawings have been found in his school notebook of “killing” situations. His girlfriend recently broke up with him for his best friend. JJ is enraged at his friend and has ignored his friend in passing in the hallway at school
Is he a threat?
Clinical risk factors
Historical Risk Factors
Contextual Risk Factors