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This special collection brings together evidence and insights from nonprofits, foundations, and research organizations working to understand the full impact of firearm use and gun violence in the US. By providing us with analyses of current state and federal laws as well as valuable data on suicides, homicides, accidents, and mass shootings, these organizations seek to inform sound public policy and to curb this ongoing public health epidemic.

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Arizona Coalition to End Sexual & Domestic Violence Fatality List 2017

February 23, 2018

This report, despite the best efforts of all of those working at ACESDV over the years, is not intended to be an official record of all domestic violence fatalities in Arizona. The names and stories included in this report were added if they met a set criteria created by those who monitor and track fatalities. Some of the data collected in this report is incomplete due to a multitude of variables including a lack of information available to the public. In 2017, ACESDV staff changes may have contributed to decreased tracking. ACESDV Fatality reports from the last 5 years have indicated an average of 116 domestic violence related fatalities. If you have any additional information on these cases, or cases we may not have listed, please contact ACESDV at

A Census Of Domestic Violence: Gun Homicides In Arizona

May 4, 2015

To better assess the dynamics of domestic violence gun homicides in Arizona, Everytown collaborated with the Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence (ACESDV) to closely examine intimate partner gun homicides in Arizona between 2009-2013. This research is the first and most comprehensive of its kind for the state. The incidents documented in this report, and the data drawn from them, vividly illustrate that Arizona needs an improved approach to addressing the threat gun violence poses for victims of domestic violence

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