Maura’s Voice aims to fund and elevate research that leads to actionable solutions, including meaningful policy change. These documents reflect a focus on preventing violence driven by hate, and in particular protecting women and girls.
The U.S. Secret Service’s National Threat Assessment Center released a 28-page research report about the Hot Yoga Tallahassee shooter and its recommendation for a new behavioral threat assessment approach.
The American Psychological Association’s Journal of Threat Assessment and Management published an FSU case analysis using the Terrorist Radicalization Assessment Protocol (TRAP-18) to identify an Intel lone-actor terrorist.
Learn about our ongoing research and public policy efforts in the Maura’s Voice Research Fund Investment Report.
Florida’s hate crimes law offers no protection for gender or gender identity, a glaring omission that is inconsistent with many other states and federal law. Read our policy paper.