Protecting Ourselves Against Firearm Fatalities—Funding, Media, and Policy

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01-13-2021 1:00 PM - 2:00 PMAmerica/New_York
Address: 444 E Street, NW

This important panel discussion, created as the second in the Destination Zero Year-End Fatality Report and Program Series, a series of programs to supplement the January 11, 2021 release of the 2020 Officer Fatality Report, will provide strategies and guidance on how budgeting, social media, and reviewing procedures and policy can be used to reduce Firearms-related fatalities.

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