Domestic violence affects one out of every four women in this country. It is deadly not only for those who are abused but also for law enforcement called to intervene — and that’s thanks mostly to guns. If we took guns away from people who have a history of domestic violence, we could make a big dent in gun deaths. In this episode, we learn that even in places where the law requires DV offenders to relinquish their weapons, there are often no systems in place to make sure these guns get handed over to law enforcement. That leaves these places essentially operating on an honor system. We also talk to survivors of domestic gun violence and members of the law enforcement community about what we can do to solve this pervasive problem.