Domestic Violence-Related Mass and Spree Killings

BWJP |

Webinar Recording

This webinar concentrates on two forms of "public" mass and spree killings, described by Dr. Websdale.

The Strength of Firearms Restrictions and Their Association with Intimate Partner Homicide

April M. Zeoli, PhD, MPH | BWJP |

Webinar Recording

In this webinar, Dr. Zeoli discusses the important findings from her recently published research exploring the relationship between different types of firearms legal prohibitions and reductions in intimate partner homicide rates.

Nonfatal Firearm Use in Domestic Violence

April M. Zeoli, PhD, MPH | BWJP |

Research

This research analyzes the pervasiveness of batterers using firearms in nonfatal domestic violence to control their partners.

Firearms in the Context of Severe Domestic Violence

Daniel W. Webster, ScD MPH | Shannon Frattaroli, PhD | Eugenio Carral, J.D. |

Webinar Recording

In this webinar, the faculty at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health discusses research on firearms in the context of severe and fatal domestic violence.

Intersection of Domestic Violence and Firearms

Kristine Lizdas, J.D. | BWJP |

Research

This article provides an overview of the various roles that firearms play in a domestic violence context.