A study, which was published online Dec. 12 in the American Journal of Public Health, finds solutions to better screen and recover guns from domestic violence offenders.
This could help push existing laws that prohibit these offenders from having firearms. The pilot study was conducted by violence prevention experts at the University of California, Davis, and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
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Pilot Study Learns How to Better Screen and Recover Guns from Intimate Partner Violence Offenders