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2020 INCIDENTS INVOLVING GUNS

1,211

Number of violent incidents involving guns in Memphis Jan. to March 2020

2021 INCIDENTS INVOLVING GUNS

1,576

Number of violent incidents involving guns in Memphis Jan. to March 2021

2020 CALLS FOR SHOTS FIRED

3,462

Memphis calls for service to MPD for shots fired Jan. to March 2020

2021 CALLS FOR SHOTS FIRED

3,875

Memphis calls for service to MPD for shots fired Jan. to March 2021

2020 CALLS FOR PERSON HIT

429

Memphis calls for service with Person Hit Jan. to March 2020

2021 CALLS FOR PERSON HIT

530

Memphis calls for service with Person Hit Jan. to March 2021

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The Pledge to Protect 901 is a collaborative of grassroots and nonprofit organizations — working alongside activists, government agencies, education and health care organizers — to bring awareness to Memphis and Shelby County residents that they may stand against gun violence and get involved in their community.

Pledge to do your part to stop gun violence. Here is how:

 

See something - Say something. 

YOUR CALL COUNTS.

 

Know where your kids are; know your neighbors. JOIN OR START A NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH GROUP IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD.

 

Respect yourself and those around you. VIOLENCE IS NEVER THE SOLUTION.

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Violent incidents are murder, manslaughter, justifiable homicide forcible rape, aggravated assault, aggravated domestic violence assault, aggravated child abuse, robbery of individuals, robbery of businesses, and carjacking. (Sources: Memphis Police Department; Dr. Angela Madden, University of Memphis Public Safety Institute.)

Violent incidents are murder, manslaughter, justifiable homicide forcible rape, aggravated assault, aggravated domestic violence assault, aggravated child abuse, robbery of individuals, robbery of businesses, and carjacking.

(Sources: Memphis Police Department; Dr. Angela Madden, University of Memphis Public Safety Institute.)