The following documents include the records of three incidents that brought Cho to the attention of the university police in 2005, his subsequent court order for a mental health evaluation, and his mental health records. There is also the document of a speeding ticket he received shortly before the attack, a search warrant completed after the attack, as well as the court order following the attack for unsealing the audio record of his commitment hearing in 2005.
This is a report from the Florida Department of Children and Families on a home visit from 2016.
This document contains notes and other materials from the Florida Department of Children and Families.
Post-attack evaluation by Dr. William Reid.
Post-attack evaluation by Dr. Jeffrey Metzner.
Pre-attack records of psychiatric treatment.
Prior to his rampage, Kip attended therapy sessions with Dr. Jeffrey Hicks from 20 January through 30 July 1997. This document contains his records of the therapy sessions.
This psychological evaluation was conducted after his attack.
This is an evaluation conducted after McLaughlin’s attack, highlighting his history of psychotic symptoms and diagnosing him as schizophrenic.
On 29 March 1966, Charles Whitman had an initial session with Dr. Heatly at the university’s counseling center. This was the only session Whitman attended. This document is Dr. Heatly's report on the session.
This documents a suicide attempt by Ybarra's father.