Gun Policy Summit, Johns Hopkins University

Gun Policy Summit – Part 1

Published on Jan 14, 2013

The Summit begins with an introduction and welcome by Johns Hopkins University President Ronald J. Daniels and Gov. Martin O’Malley. New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg gives opening remarks. Other speakers include: Daniel Webster, ScD, MPH; Matthew Miller, MD, ScD, MPH; Philip J. Cook, PhD.

Gun Policy Summit – Part 2

Published on Jan 14, 2013

The Summit’s morning program continues with speakers addressing the topic, Gun Policy Lessons from the United States: Keeping Guns from High-Risk Individuals. They include Janey Rountree, JD; Linda Frisman, PhD; April Zeoli, PhD, MPH; Daniel Webster, ScD, MPH; and Garen Wintemute, MD, PhD.

Gun Policy Summit – Part 3

Published on Jan 14, 2013

The Summit’s January 14 afternoon program begins with a focus on the topic Keeping Guns from High-Risk Individuals, and continues with Making Gun Laws Enforceable. Speakers include Garen Wintemute, MD, MPH; Daniel Webster, ScD, MPH; Jon Vernick, JD, MPH; Anthony Braga, PhD; and Pete Gagliardi

Gun Policy Summit – Part 4

Published on Jan 14, 2013

The Summit’s January 14 afternoon program concludes with a focus on the topic Gun policy lessons from the United States: High-risk guns. Speakers include Edward E. Cornwell III, MD; Christopher S. Koper, PhD; and Stephen P. Teret, JD, MPH.

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1 Response to Gun Policy Summit, Johns Hopkins University

  1. upaces88 says:

    Reducing gun violence in America? Go after the Criminals! Every police department in the U.S. is very aware of who they are in their specific city, and county. They are also very aware of what parts of the city seem to “house” the criminals. I do realize that until they actually commit a crime, they cannot kick in a door to “just peak in” to see if they have guns.

    I do know that in a specific area in Dallas, the white police won’t even patrol a specific area. They are shot at and, literally, cannot get out of their patrol cars to arrest the people. Years ago, they tried hiring black police officers, training them in order to go into the black community to resolve the issue. Basically? The response was, “Are you crazy!!! I ain’t going in that part of town!”

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