This two-day conference features criminological and psychological approaches to understanding gun violence and its negative consequences for individuals, neighborhoods, and society at large. Speakers will address a number of myths and realities of gun violence and discuss potential responses to the current gun violence epidemic.
- Trends in Gun Violence
- Inner Cities in the Gun Control Debate
- Guns and Rap Music
- Accessing and Engaging High-Risk Populations
- Social Networks and the Risk of Victimization
- Survey Evidence on Gun Use in Crime
- Emotions and Gun Violence
- Gangs and Gun Violence
- Trauma and Gun Violence
The registration fee is $35 for one day or $50 for both days (breakfast and lunch included). To register:
Please park on the top level of the West Drive Garage. It is number 52 on this map. Parking elsewhere without an UMSL parking sticker may result in a ticket.
Event Sponsors: University of Missouri-St. Louis