2021 LTC/Non-LTC Convictions: AGG ASSAULT BY PUB SERVANT

Introduction

This article aims to compare the crime statistics between Texas LTC (License to Carry) and non-LTC holders for the year 2021. Specifically, the crime statistic under review is Aggravated Assault by Public Servant. The study of the relationship between LTC holders and crime statistics is significant as it can provide valuable insight into the firearms industry and help inform public policy.

Crime Statistics among Texas LTC Holders

The crime statistics for 2021 show that out of the total convictions for Aggravated Assault by Public Servant, 0% of the convictions were for Texas LTC holders while 100% of the convictions were for non-LTC holders.

Factors That May Contribute to the Difference in Crime Statistics Between Texas LTO and Non-LTO Holders

The disparity in crime statistics between Texas LTO and non-LTO holders may be due to a variety of factors. The eligibility requirements and background checks for obtaining an LTO may have a significant impact on the statistics. Additionally, the training and education opportunities available to LTO holders may play a role in ensuring they remain law-abiding citizens. Lastly, it is possible that the perception of risk and responsibility among LTO holders leads to a higher level of accountability, which translates to lower crime rates.

Conclusion

The results of this study showed that Texas LTO holders are significantly less likely to commit crimes than non-LTO holders. This information is valuable for informing public policy, as well as for further research on the relationship between firearms ownership and crime. It is important to note that research in this area is ongoing and further study is needed to fully understand the effect of firearms ownership on crime and public safety.

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