Vice President Biden gets to work on developing ideas for preventing mass violence. On Thursday, he met with law enforcement officials to talk about what can be done to prevent future tragedies like the Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting.

FOX News Radio's Mike Majchrowitz reports from the White House:

The Vice President and several cabinet members met with law enforcement leaders here at the White House looking for suggestions on preventing these incidents of mass violence.

Biden: "There are some things we can immediately do and we're gonna need your help."

The Vice President saying he needs not only ideas from law enforcement, but also their help in pushing those ideas into law. Gun control tops the discussions, but Press Secretary Jay Carney says mental health issues will also be key.

Carney: "As it relates to gun violence, there is no question that this is something that needs more exploration and likely more action."

Attorney General Eric holder meanwhile, traveled to Newtown to speak with officials there about the massacre.

At the White House, Mike Majchrowitz, FOX News Radio.