is a senior research associate in Violence Prevention with the Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence at the University of Colorado Boulder. Goodrum’s research focuses on violence prevention, homicide victimization, domestic violence, and the criminal justice system. Her co-authored “Report on the Arapahoe High School Shooting,” funded by The Denver Foundation, examined the lessons learned on violence prevention in schools. These lessons have been used to improve the violence prevention strategies for threat assessment, information sharing, and leadership in school settings. Her publications have appeared in the Journal of Threat Assessment and Management, Behavioral Sciences & the Law, Law & Social Inquiry, Sociology of Education, Symbolic Interaction, Sociological Spectrum, Sociological Focus, Criminal Justice Review, and International Journal of Social Research Methodology: Theory & Practice. Her book After Homicide: Victims’ Families in the Criminal Justice System chronicles the experiences of families of murder victims from death notification to the trial, and is available through Lynne Rienner Publishers (2019).