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Table 3 Adjusted Associations Between IPV Firearm Policy Climate and Nonfatal Injuries: NISVS Participants Who Experience IPV, United States, 2010

From: Associations between state intimate partner violence-related firearm policies and injuries among women and men who experience intimate partner violence

Independent Variables aOR (95% CI) p-value
Prohibition of firearm possession by persons convicted of IPV-related misdemeanors REF  
No Firearm relinquishment 1.04 (.84, 1.30) 0.09
Firearm relinquishment .76 (.59, .97) 0.01
Prohibition of firearm possession by persons subject to IPV-related restraining orders REF  
No Firearm relinquishment 1.01 (.76, 1.33) 0.39
Firearm relinquishment .81 (.66, .98) 0.03
Prohibition of firearm possession by persons convicted of stalking .82 (.68, .98) 0.02
Removal of firearms from the scene of an IPV incident .90 (.74, 1.10) 0.30
Prohibition of firearm possession by dating persons convicted of IPV-related misdemeanors 1.08 (.88, 1.34) 0.44
Prohibition of firearm possession by dating persons convicted of IPV-related protective orders .83 (.67, 1.00) 0.05
  1. aOR Adjusted odds ratio, CI Confidence interval. Adjusted analyses included individual-level characteristics (i.e., age, gender, race and ethnicity, and education) and state-level characteristics (i.e., firearm ownership, violent crime)
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