Our new report, “Innocents Lost: A Year of Unintentional Child Gun Deaths”, found that at least 100 children were killed in unintended shootings over the course of a year in America — that’s almost two a week. Too often these tragedies are reported as inevitable ‘accidents’ — but our analysis found that 70 percent of these tragedies could have been prevented if the firearm had been stored responsibly.

Laws to prevent children from accessing unsecured guns make a difference. Learn more about your state’s child access laws using the map below, and then download resources to learn what you can do to make your community safer.