Arizona Violent Death Reporting System

Project: Research project

Project Details


Arizona Violent Death Reporting System Arizona Violent Death Reporting System The Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety (CVPCS) at Arizona State University (ASU), on behalf of the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS), is proposing to 1) continue operating the Arizona Violent Death Reporting System (AZ-VDRS) and 2) establish and maintain a public-facing data dashboard to identify and report on violent deaths as part of the CDC's NVDRS. The AZ-VDRS has resulted and will continue to result in four key outcomes: (1) collect and abstract required NVDRS data, (2) stronger relationships with key partners, (3) increase access to, and use of violent death surveillance data by partners and the public to inform violence prevention, and (4) enhance capacity for epidemiologic science, geocoding, and link surveillance data to social determinants of health data and other relevant data.
Effective start/end date9/1/228/31/27


  • HHS-CDC: National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (NCIPC): $1,971,050.00


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