American Law Enforcement Survey

August 1989, from Gun Week:

In a study conducted by the National Association of the Chiefs of Police (NACP) through its American Law Enforcement Survey for 1989, in which 16,259 chiefs of police, sheriffs and law-enforcement command personnel were polled with a list of 30 questions, it was determined the overwhelming majority of officers support the right of private arms ownership, and agreed that gun bans had little effect on crime. The Citizens' Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA) compiled the following responses:

For copies, interested parties may contact CCRKBA, 12500 N.E. 10th Place, Bellvue, WA 98005. It includes the other questions.