Project Steering Committee members and project staff are involved in the following activities:
  • Hosting a national forum on domestic violence and firearms in the spring of 2015
  • Developing Community Objectives to provide consensus expectations of firearm prohibition enforcement
  • Creation of a variety of technical assistance tools and training to aid communities seeking to overcome the variety of barriers to the effective implementation and enforcement of firearm prohibitions in domestic violence cases
  • A comprehensive online public resource that provides information, referrals, tools, training and other technical assistance, on domestic violence and firearms