#GunCrisis Monthly: January, 2014

Six-year-old Jordan Hall waits with her mother to see her brother after two students were shot inside their school in the Logan section of Philadelphia. Photograph for the Gun Crisis Reporting Project by Joseph Kaczmarek.

Six-year-old Jordan Hall waits with her mother to see her brother after two students were shot inside their school in the Logan section of Philadelphia. Photograph for the Gun Crisis Reporting Project by Joseph Kaczmarek.

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At the Gun Crisis Reporting Project, we tracked 82 shootings incidents which left 95 people wounded in Philadelphia during December, 2013. At least 16 victims died on the same day they were shot, and another 24 were initially reported in critical condition.

At the Gun Crisis Reporting Project, we tracked 82 shootings incidents which left 95 people wounded in Philadelphia during December, 2013. At least 16 victims died on the same day they were shot, and another 24 were initially reported in critical condition.

Major incident reports:

Looking back: Images of gun violence in Philadelphia

During 2013 – our first full year in operation at the Gun Crisis Reporting Project – founding partner Joseph Kaczmarek covered nearly 200 crime scenes where people had been shot in Philadelphia, as well as numerous memorials and official events, in addition to working with several visiting news organizations and representing us at community events.

During 2013 – our first full year in operation at the Gun Crisis Reporting Project – founding partner Joseph Kaczmarek covered nearly 200 crime scenes where people had been shot in Philadelphia, as well as numerous memorials and official events, in addition to working with several visiting news organizations and representing us at community events.

Surveillance videos:

National news:

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