We all deserve to feel secure where we live, work and play; but in reality with thousands of Californians killed or injured from gun violence every year there is much work to be done.
In the past four years, Stockton has had an average of 153 injury shootings and homicides which resulted in an annual expense to taxpayers of more than $250MM. According to NICJR’s latest report, if Stockton could reduce its gun violence rate by just 20%, that could result in a government savings of $50MM every year. READ >>
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