Federal Domestic Violence, Stalking, and Related Firearm Crimes

Margaret S. Groban |

Webinar Recording

This webinar provides an overview of federal statues that are available to prosecute domestic violence and stalking offenders, and and discusses how system actors can work cooperatively with federal prosecutors to pursue charges.

Extreme Risk Laws

Kelly Roskam |

Webinar Recording

This webinar is intended to inform individuals who work with survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV) about Extreme Risk Protection Orders, and provide an opportunity to explore the implications of these orders for survivors of IPV.

Federal and State Law Related to Domestic Violence and Firearms

BWJP |

Tools, Guides & Forms

This guide describes federal firearm prohibition laws created by the Federal Gun Control Act of 1968 and the Lautenberg Amendment, as well as state firearm restrictions.

Differences in State Laws

BWJP |

Legal and Policy Analysis

This analysis explains the various laws on domestic violence and firearms restrictions that have been enacted in many states, and the differences between them.

Limitations of Federal, State, and Tribal Law

BWJP |

Legal and Policy Analysis

This analysis examines current federal, state, and tribal laws and the limitations that affect their ability to protect victims of domestic violence.