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Gun Control: Analyzing Available Data Could Help Improve Background Checks Involving Domestic Violence Records
Gretta L. Goodwin (au)
The FBI and designated state and local criminal justice agencies use the FBIäó»s National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) to conduct background checks on individuals seeking to obtain firearms. Persons prohibited by federal law from possessing firearms include individuals who have domestic violence records that meet federal disqualifying criteria. Under federal law, firearm dealers may transfer a firearm to an individual if the FBI has not made a proceed or denial determination within 3 business days. This report (1) describes the extent to which states identify domestic violence records that prohibit an individual from obtaining a firearm; and (2) evaluates the extent to which NICS checks involving domestic violence records are completed before firearm transfers take place and any related challenges in completing these checks. Tables and figure. This is a print on demand report.
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