The Crisis in Crisis Counseling

Hailed as alternatives to police, crisis counselors have struggled and triumphed over the past year. A year after nationwide protests against police violence, a TCR Special Report examines how crisis centers have changed, and their evolving relationship with law enforcement.

Violence Against Women: The ‘Shadow Pandemic’

The already-high global levels of violence against women have increased since the pandemic. Efforts in the U.S. and Britain to address it are a positive sign, but there’s still a long way to go, writes a former UK Detective Superintendent.


Gun Sales Linked to Rise in Domestic Violence During Pandemic

Researchers at the University of California, Davis found a positive correlation between the rise in firearm purchases and domestic violence during April and May 2020. However, they did not find the same association between firearm purchases and other types of interpersonal firearm violence.