The Fox News Channel has taken a rare step to help keep serial killers from getting access to guns in their home.
Fox News reported Wednesday that the network’s parent company, Capitalone, is launching a program to give its subscribers who’ve been affected by serial killers the option of having their guns surrendered, via a mail order form.
The program, called ‘Safe Haven,’ is part of a broader effort to provide victims of serial killers with a way to protect themselves from a violent crime.
Capitalone has already launched a similar program to help victims of child abuse, and it is already working with a group of law enforcement agencies to help track down serial killers and get them to surrender their guns.
Capitalon has partnered with the FBI, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the U.S. Marshals Service and the Illinois Department of Corrections to create the program.
“We want to make sure people are aware that they can take the steps necessary to protect their loved ones and their property and not have to worry about the danger of getting into the hands of a violent criminal,” Capitalone President Michael Perticone told Fox News.
“It’s not only our goal to protect our customers, but also our employees, who have been impacted by serial killer activity.”
The program is available to Capitalone subscribers who have a valid gun sale record.
“I want to reassure you that we are committed to protecting the safety and security of our customers and employees, and to ensure that our programs are effective and effective at providing a safe haven for our customers to do their thing,” Pertisco said.
CapitalOne’s Safe Haven program will be available to its current and former customers.
The company also said that the program is the latest step in its efforts to help prevent crimes and provide victims with the support they need.
Capital One has been criticized for not taking the right steps to help its former customers, including by several members of Congress.
A bill that would have required Capitalone to provide financial assistance to victims of gun violence passed in Congress last year but was never passed.
The Federal Trade Commission, which has been investigating Capitalone for more than a year, has called Capitalone’s efforts to assist former customers “misleading and misleading.”
Capitalone said that it is working to improve its response to customers who are victims of domestic violence.