Interview with Gary Kleck

Appearing in the Winter edition of Florida State University’s “Research in Review” is this interview with criminologist Gary Kleck:

Another reason Kleck applauded [the Heller] decision is that, now, citizens in D.C. will be able to legally arm themselves against criminal attack. Why is this a good thing? Through years of grueling research, Kleck has found strong evidence that crime victims who use guns during a crime are less likely to be injured or killed, and less likely to lose property than crime victims who adopt any other strategy, including non-resistance.

Read the whole interview.  It’s worth your time.

2 thoughts on “Interview with Gary Kleck”

  1. I’m going to look at grad school at Florida State because Kleck is there.

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