Armed Violence Monitoring Platform

Showing the number of reported firearms incidents in South East Europe this month

80

Total number of reported firearms incidents this month

More from our platform

Seesac logo
Daily monitoring of firearms incidents in South East Europe. As reported by the media.
Civilians` lives are affected daily by the uncontrolled spread and misuse of firearms. Despite this, quality data on the impact of firearms on society remains scarce in the region. To track firearms-related incidents, SEESAC is establishing the Armed Violence Monitoring Platform (AVMP) – collecting firearms-related data in South East Europe from 2014 to today. Establishment and maintenance of the AVMP are funded by the European Union within the framework of the EU Council Decision 2016/2356.
More about the platform

Latest from SEESAC

Helping Keep Citizens Safe - Facilitating regional security through the meeting of trainers for physical security and stockpile management of small arms and light weapons and their ammunition

17 april 2019

Helping Keep Citizens Safe - Facilitating regional security through the meeting of trainers for physical security and stockpile management of small arms and light weapons and their ammunition

On 9-10 April 2019, trainers from the Ministries of Interior of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republic of Moldova, Montenegro, Republic of North Macedonia, Republic of Serbia and Kosovo* met in Belgrade for the Regional Meeting of Trainers ...
Read more

The mold that makes the difference – double-casting training series across the region

5 april 2019

The mold that makes the difference – double-casting training series across the region

Double casting increases the ability of forensic experts to make connections between crime and crime scenes, nationally, regionally and internationally. It consists of a two step-process: first requiring a silicone mold to be made of the ...
Read more

Arm yourself with love, knowledge, facts and action

22 march 2019

Arm yourself with love, knowledge, facts and action

In November 2017, SEESAC conducted an online survey with 53,936 people in South East Europe to gather information regarding the sentiment around gun use and possession. The survey provided insights on how men and women of different ages in ...
Read more

Reviewing progress and plans on arms control in South East Europe

7 march 2019

Reviewing progress and plans on arms control in South East Europe

RSG2019 took place on 5 March in Belgrade and hosted 65 representatives working across all aspects of arms control in South East Europe, from government representatives to members of international organizations like the European Union ...
Read more