gun violence

Reducing gunshot victimization in high-risk social networks through direct and spillover effects

More than 60,000 people are victimized by gun violence each year in the United States. A large share of victims cluster in bounded and identifiable social networks. Despite a growing number of violence reduction programs that implicitly or explicitly …

Spatio-temporal interaction of gunshot victimization in an urban area

More than 60,000 people were victimized in firearm assaults in the United States in 2016. Gunshot victimization clusters in space and time. However, the extent to which this clustering is attributable to the spatio-temporal interaction of gun …