Requests for Project ChildSafe firearm safety kits should be made by law enforcement partners only. Individuals seeking a firearm safety kit should use this link to find a participating law enforcement agency near them. (If your law enforcement agency is not already a partner, call the Crime Prevention Officer or Community Liaison and urge that the agency sign up – it’s free.) To distribute kits in their communities, law enforcement agencies have the option, and are encouraged, to partner with individuals, community groups and businesses.
Firearms owners have multiple options to safely store their firearms when not in use. Please help us spread the word by sharing this infographic with others.
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One of the questions I’m often asked in the course of the gun debate is, “Is there common ground and room for cooperation?” The answer I always give is “Absolutely,” because one thing all of us, especially gun owners, can agree on is the importance of firearm safety.