A unique support group offers a space for families to lean on each other and advocate for more rehabilitation. “One mistake or going along with the wrong group … doesn’t mean that you are a terrible person or that you can’t change.”
A wide body of evidence demonstrates the crime-prevention strategy's ability to curb community gun violence. In Detroit, new research also shows its potential for reducing recidivism.
We're making the data available to journalists, researchers, policymakers, and everyone else interested in examining gun violence.
Just 41 gun seizure orders have been sought since the law was enacted in January. Campaigners hope publicity is the missing ingredient.
A coalition of more than two dozen community groups asked the city to earmark $50 million for gun violence prevention. Lori Lightfoot's proposal calls for far less.
A new Trace analysis shows states with the highest share of crime guns purchased within 12 months.
A bullet wound in Queens is more likely to be fatal than anywhere else in the city. A single trauma center serves the borough’s southern reaches, and it’s struggling to keep up.
Parkland renewed enthusiasm for placing law enforcement on K-12 campuses. But research casts doubts about whether the approach prevents shootings.
Calling itself the “Google of Crime,” Forensic Logic processes and analyzes troves of gun-related data so officers can spot patterns and make more informed decisions in the field.
Years ago, most detectives stopped trying to retrieve fingerprints from shell casings. A new method, touted as 25 times better, could change that.
A New York judge ruled against the gun group’s former president, who sought compensation for expenses resulting from lawsuits involving the NRA.