Governor Cuomo has launched a campaign to stop gun violence in New York State, according to NY1.

He's putting $2 million behind the effort: $1 million spread over six communities in New York State--including three in New York City: The Bronx, Manhattan, and Brownsville and Brooklyn.

$2 million will also go to work out community anti-gun programs.

The rest of the money will go towards a statewide advertising push to warn people of the dangers associated with guns, and for setting up a tip line--1 888 GUNS NYS.

Rewards will be offered to those who provide such tips, depending on the value of the lead.