UCFC Research Findings
The California Safety and Wellbeing Survey (CSaWS)
The California Safety and Wellbeing Survey (CSaWS) is a landmark web-based survey covering a wide range of topics related to safety, neighborhoods, firearms, and firearm violence in California.
CSaWS was fielded in September and October 2018 by the UC Davis Violence Prevention Research Program (VPRP) with funding from the State of California for the UC Firearm Violence Research Center (UCFC).
In November 2018, Nicole Kravitz-Wirtz, Ph.D., M.P.H. presented The Stock and Flow of Firearms in California: Results from the 2018 California Safety and Wellbeing Survey (CSaWS) at the Injury Prevention and Control poster session of the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA.
Read more about CSaWS by viewing the press release and check back soon for more research results.
Findings in Peer-Reviewed Literature
Presentation: Firearm Mortality in California, 2000-2015
The presentation below is based on data from the California Department of Public Health's Multiple Cause of Death data files.