Jaclyn Schildkraut is an Associate Professor of Criminal Justice at the State University of New York at Oswego. Her research focuses on school and mass shootings in the United States in regard to crime statistics, media representations, security and prevention, legislative responses, and other important considerations that impact individuals and communities struck by these tragedies.
She has published in numerous academic journals, and her research has been cited by the news media locally, nationally, and even internationally. She prides herself on providing an honest and genuine account of these events and their impacts, and is grateful for the opportunity to work with communities impacted by these events, including working with individuals from Columbine, Virginia Tech, Sandy Hook, and others.
A former resident of both the Parkland area and Orlando, each of which has experienced its own mass shooting, Jaclyn is committed to helping change the narrative about these events and encouraging a proactive approach to safety and prevention.