AN exhibition is to show the impact gun crime is having in West Yorkshire.
The permanent event is being staged at the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds from March 1. It examines the effects of gun crime in Leeds.
The display will be changed and expanded over the coming months,
It is called Impact and explores the myths and realities of gun crime.
Exhibits will include guns, forensic science scenes and harrowing personal testimonies.
Royal Armouries spokeswoman Andrea Long said: "This poignant and challenging exhibition documents through photographs, personal statements and video, the effects of gun crime on a Leeds community.
"It shows the impact of gun crime on those closest to it with testimony from the victims, their families and the communities in which they live.
"The aim is to tell the story behind the headlines and the enduring and extensive consequences of these tragic losses."
The event also looks at gun crime in its wider context and examines why it is rising.