The news became headlines worldwide, and many within Hollywood were to quick to call for reform change for safety conditions on the sets of major productions. This week Baldwin has spoken out again about the incident, suggesting how this might be prevented in the future. His idea is that police officers should be stationed on all film and TV productions where guns are used. 

"Every film/TV set that uses guns, fake or otherwise, should have a police officer on set, hired by the production, to specifically monitor weapons safety," Baldwin tweeted out. Fans have shown unwavering support of the actor, with the finger of blame moving toward the film's producers and stunt coordinators.

Alec Baldwin Wants Police On Movie Sets

Alec Baldwin Wants Police On Movie Sets

Baldwin has described the "incidental accident" as a "one in a trillion episode" in the past, and the investigation continues to develop over time. No official charges have been filed against anyone yet, amidst claims of negligence of safety protocols.

An online petition to ban the presence of guns on sets has earned 110,000 signatures, with celebrities including Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson pledging to never again use real firearms in any of his films.

This is a story that doesn't seem to be going away any time soon, and it is more than likely that changes to gun safety on set will come as a result of this accident. Baldwin remains in contact with Hutchins' family, and wishes to put this incident behind him, but not before a change is made!

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