July 7, 2017: Statement on the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017 – S. 446 & H.R. 38

April 3, 2017: Press Release from New York County District Attorney’s Office: “Prosecutors, State Legislators, Law Enforcement Join Forces to Push for Common Sense Gun Laws”

March 17, 2017: Statement on the Gun Violence Research Act of 2017

March 10, 2017: Statement on the Gun Trafficking Prevention Act of 2017

March 10, 2017: Statement on H.R. 367 and S.59, the Hearing Protection Act of 2017

July 8, 2016: Statement on the Murder of Five Dallas Police Officers and the Shooting of Seven Others

June 23, 2016: Statement on Support for Senate Amendment 4814

June 20, 2016: Statement on Senate Amendments Regarding the NICS Background Check System

June 17, 2016: Statement on Proposals to Close the Terror Gap

June 13, 2016: Statement on the Orlando Terrorist Event and Mass Shooting

MAY 24, 2016: MAY 2016 STATEMENT ON PROPOSALS TO ESTABLISH NATIONWIDE CONCEALED CARRY THROUGH RECIPROCITY

JANUARY 12, 2016: STATEMENT BY BALTIMORE COUNTY POLICE CHIEF JIM JOHNSON, CHAIR, NATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT PARTNERSHIP TO PREVENT GUN VIOLENCE, ON A VIOLENT AND TRAGIC START TO 2016

JANUARY 5, 2016: NATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT LEADERS APPLAUD REASONABLE AND CONCRETE STEPS TO STRENGTHEN ENFORCEMENT OF EXISTING GUN LAWS AND ENHANCE PUBLIC SAFETY

DECEMBER 3, 2015: STATEMENT BY CHIEF JIM JOHNSON, CHAIR NATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT PARTNERSHIP TO PREVENT GUN VIOLENCE ON THE MASS SHOOTING AT THE INLAND REGIONAL CONFERENCE CENTER, IN SAN BERNARDINO, CA.

NOVEMBER 30, 2015: STATEMENT BY CHIEF JIM JOHNSON, CHAIR, NATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT PARTNERSHIP TO PREVENT GUN VIOLENCE, ON THE SHOOTING RAMPAGE IN COLORADO SPRINGS, CO.

NOVEMBER 04, 2015: LETTER TO PRESIDENT URGING THE NOMINATION OF THOMAS BRANDON AS DIRECTOR OF THE BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, FIREARMS AND EXPLOSIVES (ATF)

OCTOBER 26, 2015: NATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT LEADERS STRESSING DANGEROUS INCREASE IN GUN VIOLENCE, SAY IMMEDIATE ACTION NEEDED TO KEEP GUNS OUT OF THE WRONG HANDS

OCTOBER 2, 2015: STATEMENT BY BALTIMORE COUNTY POLICE CHIEF JIM JOHNSON, CHAIR, NATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT PARTNERSHIP TO PREVENT GUN VIOLENCE, ON THE MASS SHOOTING AT UMPQUA COMMUNITY COLLEGE IN OREGON

JULY 31, 2015: STATEMENT BY BALTIMORE COUNTY POLICE CHIEF JIM JOHNSON, CHAIR, NATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT PARTNERSHIP TO PREVENT GUN VIOLENCE, ON THE RECENT SPATE OF MASS SHOOTINGS

JULY 21, 2015: STATEMENT BY BALTIMORE COUNTY POLICE CHIEF JIM JOHNSON, CHAIR, NATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT PARTNERSHIP TO PREVENT GUN VIOLENCE, ON THE SHOOTING DEATHS OF SERVICE MEMBERS IN CHATTANOOGA, TN.

JUNE 19, 2015: STATEMENT BY BALTIMORE COUNTY POLICE CHIEF JIM JOHNSON, CHAIR, NATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT PARTNERSHIP TO PREVENT GUN VIOLENCE, ON THE SHOOTING AT EMANUEL AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH

MAY 15, 2015: STATEMENT BY BALTIMORE COUNTY POLICE CHIEF JIM JOHNSON, CHAIR, NATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT PARTNERSHIP TO PREVENT GUN VIOLENCE, ON HONORING FALLEN OFFICERS AND PROTECTING THE PROTECTORS

DECEMBER 23, 2014: STATEMENT BY BALTIMORE COUNTY POLICE CHIEF JIM JOHNSON, CHAIR, NATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT PARTNERSHIP TO PREVENT GUN VIOLENCE, ON THE MURDERS OF POLICE OFFICERS LIU, RAMOS AND KONDEK

OCTOBER 27, 2014: LAW ENFORCEMENT LEADERS SAY EXPANDING BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR GUN PURCHASES CRITICAL TO PUBLIC AND OFFICER SAFETY, AS GUN FATALITIES ON THE RISE

JUNE 10, 2014: STATEMENT BY BALTIMORE COUNTY, MD, CHIEF JIM JOHNSON, CHAIR, NATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT PARTNERSHIP TO PREVENT GUN VIOLENCE, ON THE AMBUSH OF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS IN LAS VEGAS

MAY 29, 2014: Letter in Support of Thompson-King Amendment Strengthening NICS

MARCH 31, 2014: White House to Honor Partnership Chair, Chief Jim Johnson, on Thursday, April 3, 2014 as “Gun Violence Prevention Champion of Change”

FEBRUARY 28, 2014: Statement by Baltimore County, MD, Police Chief Jim Johnson, Chair, National Law Enforcement Partnership to Prevent Gun Violence on the 20th Anniversary of the Brady Law Implementation

DECEMBER 13, 2013: Statement by Baltimore County Chief Jim Johnson, Chair, National Law Enforcement Partnership to Prevent Gun Violence on the One Year Anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School Shootings

NOVEMBER 21, 2013: Law Enforcement Marks 20th Anniversary of Brady Law Signing – Stress Need for Expanding Background Checks Nationwide

NOVEMBER 6, 2013: Statement by Baltimore County Police Chief Jim Johnson, Chair, National Law Enforcement Partnership to Prevent Gun Violence on the Shootings at Los Angeles International Airport

OCTOBER 22, 2013: Law Enforcement Leaders Say Expanded Background Checks for Gun Purchasers Critical to Public and Officer Safety

SEPTEMBER 19, 2013: Statement by Baltimore County Police Chief Jim Johnson, Chair, National Law Enforcement Partnership to Prevent Gun Violence, on the Shootings at the Navy Yard

JULY 31, 2013: Statement by Baltimore County Police Chief Jim Johnson, Chair, National Law Enforcement Partnership to Prevent Gun Violence: Law Enforcement Leaders Applaud Senate Action to Confirm B. Todd Jones as ATF Director

JUNE 20, 2013: Letter in support of B. Todd Jones’ Nomination for Director of ATF

JUNE 14, 2013: Statement by Baltimore County Chief Jim Johnson, Chair, National Law Enforcement Partnership to Prevent Gun Violence on the Six Month Anniversary of the Shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School

MAY 17, 2013: Letter in Support of King-Thompson Background Check Legislation

APRIL 17, 2013: Statement by Baltimore County Police Chief Jim Johnson, Chair, National Law Enforcement Partnership to Prevent Gun Violence, In Response to Senate Failure to Expand Background Checks

APRIL 17, 2013: Statement of Baltimore County, MD, Chief Jim Johnson, Chair, National Law Enforcement Partnership 
to Prevent Gun Violence, on Ads Purporting to Represent Law Enforcement

APRIL 15, 2013: Letter in Opposition to National Concealed Carry Reciprocity

APRIL 15, 2013: Letter in Support of “Stop Illegal Trafficking in Firearms Act”

APRIL 15, 2013: Letter in Support of the Manchin-Toomey Background Check Legislation

APRIL 15, 2013: Statement of Baltimore County, MD, Chief Jim Johnson, Chair, National Law Enforcement Partnership 
to Prevent Gun Violence, in Support of the Manchin-Toomey Background Check Legislation

MARCH 12, 2013: Law Enforcement Partnership Groups Support S374

FEBRUARY 27, 2013: Law Enforcement Leaders From Around the Country Called on Congress Today to Take Action to Prevent Gun Violence

FEBRUARY 12, 2013: Testimony for Chief Jim Johnson (Baltimore County, Maryland), Chair, National Law Enforcement Partnership to Prevent Gun Violence – “Proposals to Reduce Gun Violence: Protecting Our Communities While Respecting the Second Amendment”

JANUARY 30, 2013: Testimony for Chief Jim Johnson (Baltimore County, Maryland), Chair, National Law Enforcement Partnership to Prevent Gun Violence

JANUARY 16, 2013: Statement of Baltimore County, MD, Chief Jim Johnson, Chair, National Law Enforcement Partnership to Prevent Gun Violence

DECEMBER 19, 2012: Statement by Baltimore County Police Chief Jim Johnson, Chair of the National Law Enforcement Partnership to Prevent Gun Violence, on the Massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School

OCTOBER 24, 2012: Statement by Baltimore County Police Chief Jim Johnson, Chair of the National Law Enforcement Partnership to Prevent Gun Violence, on the Brookfield, WI, Shooting

OCTOBER 17, 2012: Statement by Baltimore County Police Chief Jim W. Johnson, Chair of the National Law Enforcement Partnership to Prevent Gun Violence, Post-Presidential Debate

AUGUST 16, 2012: Statement by Hubert Williams, President of the Police Foundation and Chair of the National Law Enforcement Partnership to Prevent Gun Violence

JULY 26, 2012: National Law Enforcement Leadership Organizations Issue Call for Stronger Federal Gun Laws in Wake of Aurora Theater Shooting

JULY 17, 2012: As Firearms Rise to # 1 Cause of Cops’ Line-of-Duty Deaths, Wisconsin and National Law Enforcement Leaders Call for Expanding Background Checks on Firearm Purchasers

JUNE 26, 2012: As Firearms Rise to # 1 Cause of Cops’ Line-of-Duty Deaths, Virginia and National Law Enforcement Leaders Call for Strengthening Background Checks on Firearm Purchasers