Reducing Gun Violence in America: Informing Policy with Evidence and Analysis

The staggering toll of gun violence—which claims 31,000 lives every year in the U.S.—is an urgent public health issue that demands effective evidence-based policies that will prevent gun violence.

The Johns Hopkins University’s Summit on Reducing Gun Violence in America convenes more than 20 global experts on gun policy and violence. Their task: to summarize relevant research and its implications for policymakers and concerned citizens. These experts analyze the latest research and present clear, comprehensive recommendations for gun policies.

webster comp finals.inddCollected for the first time in Reducing Gun Violence in America: Informing Policy with Evidence and Analysis (published by the Johns Hopkins University Press),  this reliable, empirical research and legal analysis will inform the policy debate by helping lawmakers and opinion leaders identify the policy changes that are most likely to reduce gun violence in the U.S.

Both the print and digital editions of this essential text are available for free to Summit attendees as well as to other lawmakers, policymakers, and faculty involved in the gun policy debate.

To access a PDF of the book, simply click here [link “here” to PDF link].

To receive a print copy, please complete and submit the form below. Please note that you may request both print and digital editions.

For more information about the book, please contact Kathy Alexander. For more information about the Summit, please contact [who?] at [where?].

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