Changes in Crime and Killings of Police After Constitutional Carry Adopted

Jan 23, 2022 | Constitutional Carry, Original Research

We have previously provided empirical work on the impact of Constitutional Carry Laws (download the paper here, and see particularly Table 4), but sometimes simple graphs that show the year-by-year changes are more convincing.

With Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Indiana, Nebraska, Ohio, and other states are seriously considering adopting Constitutional Carry laws, Professor Carl Moody, our research director, has done some empirical work on the changes in crime rates and police killings after Constitutional Carry laws have been adopted.

The STATA data and do files for the data analysis discussed below are available here.

The file can be downloaded here.

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