June is Gun Violence Awareness Month and June 2nd is National Gun Violence Awareness Day, aka #WearOrangeDay. Yet over these past few weeks, the impact of mass shootings has been pervasive as it has taken the lives of innocent adults and children and will forever transform these communities. While public safety is THE topic that currently remains at the forefront of every community our work cannot stop after June 30- it must continue. Our leaders at the city, county, state, and federal levels must continually stay engaged and active in our efforts to improve and strengthen our public safety systems.