To keep police and citizens safe: Fewer guns, more trust

Reducing civilian access to guns—and building trust between communities and law enforcement agencies—would make both police and citizens safer, says John J. Donohue III, professor of law at Stanford University.

Donohue has researched the topic for more than 25 years. He recently discussed gun violence, gun control, and police and community safety with university writer Clifton B. Parker.

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