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What does the title mean: More Guns, Less Crime? States with the largest increases in gun ownership also have the largest drops in violent crimes. These laws allow adults the right to carry concealed handguns if they do not have a criminal record or a history of significant mental illness.
It just seems to defy common sense that crimes likely to involve guns Crime and interview be reduced by allowing more people to carry guns. How do you explain the results?
Criminals are deterred by higher penalties. Just as higher arrest and conviction rates deter crime, so does the risk that someone committing a crime will confront someone able to defend him or herself. There is a strong negative relationship between the number of law-abiding citizens with permits and the crime rate—as more people obtain permits there is a greater decline in violent crime rates.
For each additional year that a concealed handgun law is in effect the murder rate declines by 3 percent, rape by 2 percent, and robberies by over 2 percent. Concealed handgun laws reduce violent crime for two reasons. First, they reduce the number of attempted crimes because criminals are uncertain which potential victims can defend themselves.
Second, victims who have guns are in a much better position to defend themselves. What is the basis for these numbers? The analysis is based on data for all 3, counties in the United States during 18 years from to You are referring to the often-cited statistic that 58 percent of murder victims are killed by either relatives or acquaintances.
The vast majority of murders are not committed by previously law-abiding citizens. Ninety percent of adult murderers have had criminal records as adults. But how about children? In March of this year  four children and a teacher were killed by two school boys in Jonesboro, Arkansas. The horrific shooting in Arkansas occurred in one of the few places where having guns was already illegal.
These laws risk creating situations in which the good guys cannot defend themselves from the bad ones. I have studied multiple victim public shootings in the United States from to These were incidents in which at least two or more people were killed and or injured in a public place; in order to focus on the type of shooting seen in Arkansas, shootings that were the byproduct of another crime, such as robbery, were excluded.
When states passed these laws, the number of multiple-victim shootings declined by 84 percent. Deaths from these shootings plummeted on average by 90 percent, and injuries by 82 percent. For other types of crimes, I find that both children as well as adults are protected when law-abiding adults are allowed to carry concealed handguns.
Finally, after extensively studying the number of accidental shootings, there is no evidence that increasing the number of concealed handguns increases accidental shootings.An Interview With Former FBI Profiler Mark Safarik on Violent Offending and Criminal Behavioral Analysis As one of the most senior members of the elite FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit, Safarik specialized in the behavioral analysis of violent criminal behavior.
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