USA – From a new study surveying criminologists and economists views on guns to evaluating claims that regulating guns like cars would improve safety to correcting Hillary Clinton’s and the Brady Campaign’s claims about background checks, the Crime Prevention Research Center continues to make a difference.
Last week, the Crime Prevention Research Center also explained why President Obama doesn’t understand how firearms have been developed by the military — that the goal has been to develop firearms that wound, not kill, so as to tie down enemy troops who have to take care of their wounded soldiers.
Newly released study: Economists’ and Criminologists’ Views on Guns: Crime, Suicides, and Right-to-Carry Concealed Handgun Laws (Downloading copies of our studies help get them more attention by other academics)
- CPRC at Investor’s Business Daily: “Gun Vs. Traffic Accident Deaths: Getting The Data Straight”
- CPRC correcting the Brady Campaign’s false claims in the New Hampshire Union Leader: “Clinton and the gun control lobby get it wrong”
- CPRC on the Michigan Talk Network with Steve Gruber: On Obama’s push to make military firearms less lethal
- CPRC in the Argus Leader (Sioux Falls, South Dakota): “South Dakota second in nation for conceal carry permits”
- CPRC on “Reasoned Discourse”: Gun Violence and Gun Control, a discussion with Dr. Michael Weisser
- Sheriff’s deputy says “I’m alive today because of [concealed handgun permit holder]”
- Oklahoma School District Posts Signs Warning that School Staffer Carry Concealed Handguns
- Four cases over a couple of days where concealed handgun permit holders stopped violent crime, saved lives
- Concealed Carry Permit Holder uses his gun to stop assault from three robbers
- CPRC in the News: From Alabama to Delaware to Florida
About Crime Prevention Research Center
The Crime Prevention Research Center (CPRC) is a research and education organization dedicated to conducting academic quality research on the relationship between laws regulating the ownership or use of guns, crime, and public safety; educating the public on the results of such research; and supporting other organizations, projects, and initiatives that are organized and operated for similar purposes. Visit: www.crimepreventionresearchcenter.org