Data and Resources

Gun Violence Archive
Founded as a nonprofit in 2013, the GVA provides free online public access to accurate information about gun-related violence in the United States. It collects information and checks it for accuracy, then posts and disseminates it online.

No Notoriety: No Name. No Photo. No Notoriety.
A media coverage initiative begun by Tom and Caren Teves following the death of their son Alex in the 2012 Aurora, CO, theatre shooting.

It Takes Us.
An honest look in photographs at the impact of gun violence on survivors, the family members of victims, and witnesses. Photographs by Joe Quint.

GVPedia is a comprehensive resource providing public access to our Gun Study Database, the largest in existence, and to GVP University, a repository of white papers and fact sheets about gun violence.

The Gun Study Database houses more than 700 academic studies related to gun violence and gun violence prevention. GVP University translates that body of knowledge into papers and fact sheets available to the general public. Both the Database and University are easily searchable by subject matter and provide an excellent resource for educational and advocacy purposes.