Gun Violence in California Each year, more than 3,000 people die due to gun violence in California. In 2016, the most recent year in which data is available, 3,184 Californians died by gun violence: 1,595 Californians died by gun suicide 1,467 Californians died by gun homicide Gun Violence Restraining Order in California In 2014, California …

In 2016, 812 people died from gun violence in Colorado. Seventy-five percent of all gun deaths in Colorado were suicides, and 20% were homicides.* Additional Information: Firearm Homicide in Colorado Firearm Suicide in Colorado Report: Risk-Based Firearm Policy Recommendations for Colorado *Source: National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, CDC. Firearm Deaths and Rates per 100,000. …

On average over the last ten years, more than 93 people died each year due to gun violence in Delaware.* Lethal Violence Protection Orders Delaware introduced a Lethal Violence Protection Order bill in 2017. You can learn more about HB 222: here. Additional Information: Firearm Homicide in Delaware Firearm Suicide in Delaware Report: Risk-Based Firearm …

On average over the last ten years, approximately 2,416 people died by gun violence each year in Florida.* Additional Information: Firearm Homicide in Florida Firearm Suicide in Florida *Source: National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, CDC. Firearm Deaths and Rates per 100,000. Fatal Injury Reports, 1999-2016. Available: here

In 2016, 66 people died from gun violence in Hawaii. Fifty-six percent of all gun deaths in Hawaii were suicides, and 33% were homicides.* Additional Information: Firearm Homicide in Hawaii Firearm Suicide in Hawaii *Source: National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, CDC. Firearm Deaths and Rates per 100,000. Fatal Injury Reports, 1999-2016. Available: here

In 2016, 1,415 people died from gun violence in Illinois. Thirty-four percent of all gun deaths in Illinois were suicides, and 63% were homicides. Illinois had the 7th lowest firearm suicide rate and the 7th highest firearm homicide rate.*   Additional Information: Firearm Homicide in Illinois Firearm Suicide in Illinois Report: Risk-Based Firearm Policy Recommendations …

In 2016, 242 people died from gun violence in Massachusetts. Fifty-eight percent of all gun deaths in Massachusetts were suicides, and 37% were homicides.* Additional Information: Firearm Homicide in Massachusetts Firearm Suicide in Massachusetts MA Coalition Extreme Risk Protective Order Fact Sheet *Source: National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, CDC. Firearm Deaths and Rates per …

On average over the last ten years, more than 380 people have died each year by gun violence in Minnesota.* Additional Information: Firearm Homicide in Minnesota Firearm Suicide in Minnesota Report: Risk-Based Firearm Policy Recommendations for Minnesota *Source: National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, CDC. Firearm Deaths and Rates per 100,000. Fatal Injury Reports, 1999-2016. …

On average over the last ten years, approximately 460 people died by gun violence each year in New Jersey.* Additional Information: Firearm Homicide in New Jersey Firearm Suicide in New Jersey Report: Risk-Based Firearm Policy Recommendations for New Jersey Adelyn Allchin’s Testimony in Support of A 1217 *Source: National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, CDC. …

In 2016, 383 people died from gun violence in New Mexico. Sixty-three percent of all gun deaths in New Mexico were suicides, and 30% were homicides. New Mexico had the 15th highest firearm homicide rate and the 7th highest firearm suicide rate.*   Additional Information: Firearm Homicide in New Mexico Firearm Suicide in New Mexico  …

In 2016, 900 people died from gun violence in New York. Fifty-five percent of all gun deaths in New York were suicides, and 43% were homicides.* Additional Information: Firearm Homicide in New York Firearm Suicide in New York Report: Risk-Based Firearm Policy Recommendations for New York New York Firearm Deaths: Variations Across Counties *Source: National Center …

In 2016, 513 people died from gun violence in Oregon. Eighty-one percent of all gun deaths in Oregon were suicides, and 15% were homicides. Oregon had the 12th lowest firearm homicide rate and the 21st highest firearm suicide rate.*   Additional Information: Firearm Homicide in Oregon  Firearm Suicide in Oregon Report: Risk-Based Firearm Policy Recommendations …

In 2016, 1,555 people died from gun violence in Pennsylvania. Sixty-three percent of all gun deaths in Pennsylvania were suicides, and 35% were homicides. Pennsylvania had the 25th highest firearm homicide rate and the 36th highest firearm suicide rate.   Additional Information: Firearm Homicide in Pennsylvania Firearm Suicide in Pennsylvania Firearm Suicide Rates in Pennsylvania Counties Report: Risk-Based …

In 2016, 3,353 people died from gun violence in Texas. Sixty percent of all gun deaths in Texas were suicides, and 37% were homicides. Texas had the 26th highest firearm homicide rate and the 33rd highest firearm suicide rate.   Additional Information: Firearm Homicide in Texas Firearm Suicide in Texas Report: Risk-Based Firearm Policy Recommendations …

On average over the last ten years, more than 880 people died each year due to gun violence in Virginia.*   Fact Sheets and Reports: Child Firearm Deaths in Virginia Child Firearm Deaths in Virginia – Overview Child Firearm Deaths in Virginia: By Type, Sex, and Race   Domestic Violence in Virginia Domestic Violence Firearm …

In 2016, 686 people died from gun violence in Washington. Seventy-five percent of all gun deaths in Washington were suicides, and 21% were homicides.*   Additional Information: Report: Risk-Based Firearm Policy Recommendations for Washington   *Source: National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, CDC. Firearm Deaths and Rates per 100,000. Fatal Injury Reports, 1999-2016. Available: …

In 2016, 664 people died from gun violence in Wisconsin. Sixty-nine percent of all gun deaths in Wisconsin were suicides, and 28% were homicides.*   Additional Information: Report: Risk-Based Firearm Policy Recommendations for Wisconsin   *Source: National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, CDC. Firearm Deaths and Rates per 100,000. Fatal Injury Reports, 1999-2016. Available: …