Certain gun storage practices can reduce risk of youth suicide and accidental injuries

Seattle—Keeping a gun locked, unloaded, and storing ammunition in a locked and separate location can lower the risk of unintentional injuries and suicide among youth, according to a study in the February 9 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association.


Project Childsafe

American Academy of Pediatrics

Utah Department of Health Violence and Injury Prevention Program

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Utah Gun Laws

The Center to Prevent Youth Violence

Gun Violence Archive