Regional Gun Violence Research Consortium


The Regional Gun Violence Research Consortium is a coalition of gun violence researchers and practitioners from eight states and territories (CT, DE, MA, NJ, NY, PA, PR, RI) that seeks to inform policymakers and the public by providing evidence-based, data-driven policy recommendations to disrupt the cycle of firearm-involved homicides, suicides, and injuries. The Consortium approaches the study of gun violence with the belief that:

+ Gun violence is a public policy problem.

+ State and local governments are key in the fight to reduce firearm-involved deaths and injuries.

+ We need to better understand the nuances of state law- and policy-making to effectively combat gun violence.


View Data Dashboards from the Consortium

Gun Violence in the United States. A state-by-state look at firearm-involved suicides and homicides since 2000.

NYS Firearm Storage Map. A map providing over 180 local options in New York for individuals who are seeking out-of-home storage for their firearms.

Mass Shooting Factsheet. Basic facts about mass shootings in America since 1966.