Only 15 people turned over their firearms, according to a watchdog report, despite a state law that requires them to be disarmed.
The tool could be a model for making it easier for people to seek court protection from domestic violence, even beyond the pandemic.
Widespread economic strain, a surge in firearm sales, and social distancing could have grave consequences for victims of intimate partner abuse, experts warn.
How a survivor of domestic violence, now working as a cop in the bayou, made her small community a model for the rest of the country.
When easy access to guns mixes with violent misogyny.
As U.S. attorneys prosecute more gun crimes, they are catching domestic abusers in their net.
We must recognize that abusers with guns can cause damage well before they fire.