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Students. Schools. Guns. Across the country we hear about kids as young as elementary school who decide to sneak a gun onto campus, sometimes with deadly results. Thankfully, most of the time the weapon is discovered and confiscated, a note sent home or emailed. The child suspended or expelled.

It's happening in Georgia more than you might think.

We analyzed five years worth of mandatory reporting data. More than 300 real handguns or rifles discovered. How are these students getting these weapons? Can they be stopped? Can our schools be made safer without turning them into armed camps?

Watch our investigation and search the data for yourself. Then let us know your thoughts.

CLICK HERE FOR THE GUNS IN METRO ATLANTA SCHOOLS - PDF

CLICK HERE FOR GUNS IN METRO ATLANTA SCHOOLS- EXCEL FILE

This is a searchable list of every school gun incident in the 20-county metro Atlanta area in the last five completed school years. School districts originally reported this data to the Georgia Department of Education. Unless indicated, we confirmed each incident with the individual school districts.

* Fulton County not able to confirm or reject this original gun report made to the state.

 

FULL LIST: GUNS IN ALL GEORGIA SCHOOLS: PDF

FULL LIST: GUNS IN ALL GEORGIA SCHOOLS - EXCEL FILE

This is a searchable list of every Georgia school gun incident in the last five completed school years. School districts originally reported this data to the Georgia Department of Education. Unless indicated, we confirmed each incident with the individual school districts.

* Fulton County not able to confirm or reject this original gun report made to the state.

** School district did not respond to repeated attempts for confirmation.

*** Chatham County would not confirm individual schools, only that its schools had 15 handguns and three rifles in 5-year reporting period.

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