Gun control remains the biggest challenge to security agencies in America.
It has claimed several innocent lives thus leading to great moaning in the United States.
There is varying data on this issue, it cannot be clearly determined whether people possessing weapons is the cause of the problem, or some other socioeconomically based cause.
Consider as well that the average citizen does not have the ability to make weapons available, yet, guns seem to be in no short supply.
Gun control has always been a topic of much debate in most countries around the world and has grown especially prevalent in north America in recent times.
Most countries have more restrictive policies on gun ownership than north America has had and recent governments have tried to change these policies receiving much resistance from the public.
If it is found that the existence of guns in the hands of unauthorized personnel to be the problem, what is the safest, most efficient way of dealing with this?
Should we be attacking the guns or the situation that lead to them being a problem?
The thesis of this paper is, “Gun control in America.” There are several ways in which gun control can be implemented.
Borrowing from the UK experience and legislation, gun control should be the sole duty of the government as well as private security firms.