Gun Violence Archive
Gun Violence Archive (GVA) is a nonprofit research group with accompanying website and social media delivery platforms which catalogs every incident of gun violence in the United States. It was founded in 2013 by Michael Klein and Mark Bryant. Klein is the founder of Sunlight Foundation, and Bryant is a retired systems analyst.
GVA's methodology and definitions are found on the organization's website.
GVA was established in 2013, to provide verifiable gun violence data and statistics for the ongoing national [US] gun debate. Gaps in both CDC[clarification needed] and FBI data, as well as their lagging distribution, showed a need for near real-time data collection.
- Crime in the United States
- Firearm death rates in the United States by state
- Gun show loophole
- Gunshot wound
- Index of gun politics articles
- Second Amendment to the United States Constitution
- Armed violence reduction
- List of countries by firearm-related death rate
- Global gun cultures
- Gunfire locator
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