On September 8th, 2018 please come out and join the Blue Lives Support Team in the 2nd Annual Concerns of Police Survivors 5K in Delaware.
Concerns of Police Survivors is a 501(c3) non-profit organization that helps families of police officers killed in the line of duty.
To register, please click on the link below: https://lnkd.in/ddmX9JR
DeCAGV supports prevention efforts that promote positive health outcomes with our youth throughout Delaware, such as this weekend’s “Cut Short” and PSA Viewing Party held by La Esperanza and Blurred Vision Entertainment at the Dagsboro Clayton Theatre.
Come out this Sunday, August 12th, and support the Brandon Lee Brinkley 2nd Annual Scholarship Awards!
“A federal judge in Seattle issued a temporary restraining order Tuesday to stop the release of blueprints for making untraceable and undetectable 3D-printed plastic guns. The judge says the guns could end up in the wrong hands.
The company behind the plans, Austin, Texas-based Defense Distributed, had reached a settlement with the federal government in June that allows it to make the plans for the guns available for download Wednesday.
The restraining order from U.S. District Judge Robert Lasnik puts that plan on hold for now.”
Read more here.
“Attorney General Matt Denn Monday sent a cease-and desist letter to Defense Distributed ordering it not to allow access within Delaware to downloadable plans for a 3-D gun that the company was planning to make available this week.” Read more here.
Access the cease and desist letter ==> https://bit.ly/2AvvPwi
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This year’s legislative season was successful and extraordinary for gun violence prevention in Delaware – The General Assembly passed four GVP bills, which will go a long way to making the state safer! Thank you to everyone who supported the push for gun violence prevention by calling and emailing legislators and senators as well as by attending the hearings!
Access the PDF here.
Today, June 27th, Governor John Carney signed HB 222, which is also known as the ‘Red Flag’ law. The law will provide family members and law enforcement with a mechanism to prevent loved ones from obtaining or using firearms, if they can show that the respondent poses a danger to self or others: “This Act would allow the Superior Court to issue a lethal violence protection order where a family member or a law enforcement officer can show that the [potential] [buyer] poses a danger to self or others by owning, possessing, controlling, purchasing or receiving a firearm.”
We’ve updated the 2018 legislative scorecard!
BIG NEWS from : This afternoon, the Delaware Red Flag bill – HB 222 – passed UNANIMOUSLY in the Senate, 20-0, with one absent. With the governor’s signature, this bill will become law in .