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Prévention de la violence armée, lois sur le contrôle des armes à feu et commerce des armes légères :

Australie — Faits, chiffres et lois sur les armes à feu



La législation fédérale en matière d'armes à feu est limitée: chaque état a sa propre loi sur les armes à feu. Pour les comparaisons des états et territoires, veuillez choisir dans le menu 'Sélectionnez'.

StocksNombres d'armes à feu

Armes civiles

Nombre d'armes à feu possédées par les civils

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre total d'armes à feu (tant licites qu'illicites) possédées par les civils est estimé à

2016: 3 150 0001 2 3
2012: 3 010 0004 3
2011: 2 960 0005 4 3
2010: 2 943 3636 3 7
2007: 2 750 000
2006: 2 918 454
2005: 3 050 0008
1997: 2 500 0009
1996: 3 200 000
1988: 3 500 00010
1975: 2 055 00011

Taux de possession d'armes à feu chez les civils pour 100 habitants

GraphiqueAustralie: le taux d'armes à feu possédées par les civils (tant licites qu'illicites) pour 100 habitants est estimé à

2016: 13,7012
2012: 13,67
2011: 13,60
2010: 13,6812 13 7
2007: 13,25
2006: 14,24
2005: 15,08
1997: 13,5812
1996: 17,59
1988: 21,34
1975: 14,92

Nombre d'armes de poing possédées par les civils

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre d'armes de poing possédées par les civils est de

2010: 120 79014
2006: 172 42215
2005: 192 00016

Nombre d'armes à feu possédées par les civils – Classement mondial

Selon le classement, fait en 2007, de 178 pays en fonction du nombre d'armes à feu possédées par les civils, l'Australie est classée n°2517

Taux de possession d'armes à feu chez les civils pour 100 habitants – Classement mondial

Selon le classement, fait en 2007, de 178 pays en fonction du taux d'armes à feu possédées par les civils, l'Australie est classée n°428

Pourcentage de ménages possédant des armes à feu

GraphiqueAustralie: le pourcentage de ménages possédant une ou plusieurs armes à feu est de

2005: 6.2%18
2003: 8.7%18
2000: 8%19
1994: 16.0%18
1992: 15.1%20
1989: 20.1%18 21
1988: 25%22
1979: 20%10

Pourcentage de ménages possédant des fusils

Australie: le pourcentage de ménages possédant un ou plusieurs fusils est de

1992: 12.5%20

Pourcentage de ménages possédant des fusils de chasse

Australie: le pourcentage de ménages possédant un ou plusieurs fusils de chasse est de

1992: 6.9%20

Pourcentage de ménages possédant des armes de poing

GraphiqueAustralie: le pourcentage de ménages possédant une ou plusieurs armes de poing est de

2005: 0.3%18
2003: 1.1%
1994: 1.6%18 20
1989: 1.6%18

Nombre de propriétaires d'armes à feu possédant une licence

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre de propriétaires d'armes à feu possédant une licence est de

2016: 816 0001
2012: 730 0004 23
2011: 734 0001
2010: 873 62524
2007: 731 56716
2006: 478 32625 26
2001: 764 51827 28 16 26
1997: 1 200 00029
1989: 2 381 00021

Taux de propriétaires d'armes à feu possédant licence pour 100 habitants

GraphiqueAustralie: le taux de propriétaires d'armes à feu possédant une licence pour 100 habitants est de

2016: 3,5512
2012: 3,32
2011: 3,37
2010: 4,06
2007: 3,53
2006: 2,36
2001: 3,96
1997: 6,52
1989: 14,27

Nombre d'armes à feu enregistrées

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre d'armes à feu enregistrées est de

2016: 2 890 0001 30
2012: 2 750 0004 23
2011: 2 700 0005 1 31 32
2010: 2 675 78524
2007: 2 500 00016
2006: 2 653 14025 26
2001: 2 165 17027 28 16 26
1997: 2 500 00029 9
1996: 3 200 00026
1989: 4 000 00021
1975: 1 354 700 33

Taux d'armes à feu enregistrées pour 100 habitants

GraphiqueAustralie: le taux d'armes à feu enregistrées pour 100 habitants est de

2016: 12,5712
2012: 12,49
2011: 12,40
2010: 12,44
2007: 12,05
2006: 12,95
2001: 11,22
1997: 13,58
1996: 17,59
1989: 23,98
1975: 9,84

Estimation du nombre d'armes à feu illicites

GraphiqueLes armes à feu illicites ne peuvent pas être comptabilisées, mais en Australie on estime qu'il y en a

2016: 260 0002
2012: 260 0004
2011: 260 0004 34
2010: 267 5796 35 7
2007: 250 000
2006: 265 314

Estimation du taux d'armes à feu illicites pour 100 habitants

GraphiqueLes armes à feu illicites ne peuvent pas être comptabilisées, mais en Australie on estime le taux d'armes à feu illicites pour 100 habitants à

2016: 1,1312
2012: 1,18
2011: 1,19
2010: 1,24
2007: 1,20
2006: 1,29

Armes gouvernementales

Nombre d'armes militaires

Australie: Les forces de défense disposeraient de 113 00036 armes à feu

Armement systématique de la police

Australie: les agents de police en patrouille de routine portent une ou plusieurs armes à feu37

Nombre d'armes à feu appartenant aux forces de l'ordre

Australie: la police disposerait de 61 21138 armes à feu

ImpactsDécès et blessures

Nombre total de décès par arme à feu

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre annuel de décès par arme à feu39 est de

2015: 21140
2014: 230
2013: 208
2012: 226
2011: 188
2010: 232
2009: 226
2008: 231
2007: 231
2006: 242
2005: 220
2004: 241
2003: 28940 41
2002: 292
2001: 326
2000: 32441
1999: 347
1998: 312
1997: 428
1996: 516
1995: 470
1994: 516
1993: 513
1992: 608
1991: 618
1990: 595
1989: 549
1988: 674
1987: 694
1986: 677
1985: 682
1984: 675
1983: 644
1982: 689
1981: 618
1980: 687
1979: 685

Taux de décès par arme à feu pour 100 000 habitants

GraphiqueAustralie: le taux annuel de décès par arme à feu39 pour 100 000 habitants est de

2015: 0,9342
2014: 1,02
2013: 0,93
2012: 1,03
2011: 0,86
2010: 1,08
2009: 1,06
2008: 1,10
2007: 1,11
2006: 1,18
2005: 1,09
2004: 1,21
2003: 1,46
2002: 1,49
2001: 1,69
2000: 1,70
1999: 1,84
1998: 1,68
1997: 2,32
1996: 2,84
1995: 2,61
1994: 2,90
1993: 2,91
1992: 3,49
1991: 3,59
1990: 3,51
1989: 3,29
1988: 4,11
1987: 4,30
1986: 4,26
1985: 4,35
1984: 4,35
1983: 4,20
1982: 4,54
1981: 4,14
1980: 4,70
1979: 3,29

Homicides (tous modes opératoires confondus)

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre annuel d'homicides, quel que soit le mode opératoire, est de

2015: 26543
2014: 235
2013: 227
2012: 28543 44 45
2011: 24343 46 44 45 47 48
2010: 25843 46 49 50 45 47
2009: 272
2008: 25143 46 49 50 45 47
2007: 216
2006: 256
2005: 199
2004: 164
2003: 27846 49 50 45 47
2002: 291
2001: 30049 50 45 47
1999: 34150 47
1998: 312
1997: 319
1996 358:
1995: 342
1994: 34250
1993: 360
1992: 331
1991: 351
1990: 331

Taux d'homicides pour 100 000 habitants (tous modes opératoires confondus)

GraphiqueAustralie: le taux annuel d'homicides pour 100 000 habitants, quel que soit le mode opératoire, est de

2015: 1,1651
2014: 1,04
2013: 1,02
2012: 1,2951 45
2011: 1,1251 45 47 48
2010: 1,2051 45 47
2009: 1,28
2008: 1,19
2007: 1,04
2006: 1,25
2005: 0,98
2004: 0,82
2003: 1,41
2002: 1,49
2001: 1,55
2000: 1,78
1999: 1,8151 47
1998: 1,68
1997: 1,73
1996: 1,97
1995: 1,90
1994: 1,9251
1993: 2,04
1992: 1,90
1991: 2,04
1990: 1,95

Homicides par arme à feu

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre annuel d'homicides par arme à feu39 est de

2015: 2743
2014: 31
2013: 35
2012: 4243 52 45
2011: 3243 46 52 45
2010: 3943 46 49 53 45
2009: 3743 46 49 54 45 47
2008: 2743 46 49 45 47
2007: 2643 46 49 45 47 55
2006: 4143 46 49 45 47
2005: 1943 46 49 45 47 56
2004: 1743 46 49 47
2003: 5446 49 57 41 47
2002: 4546 49 57 41 47
2001: 4749 57 41 47
2000: 5757 41 47
1999: 50
1998: 57
1997: 79
1996: 104
1995: 67
1994: 7657 41
1993: 64
1992: 96
1991: 84
1990: 79
1989: 80
1988: 123

Taux d'homicides par arme à feu pour 100 000 habitants

GraphiqueAustralie: le taux annuel d'homicides par arme à feu39 pour 100 000 habitants est de

2015: 0,1251
2014: 0,14
2013: 0,16
2012: 0,19
2011: 0,15
2010: 0,18
2009: 0,1751 47
2008: 0,13
2007: 0,13
2006: 0,20
2005: 0,09
2004: 0,09
2003: 0,2751 57 47
2002: 0,23
2001: 0,24
2000: 0,3057 47
1999: 0,26
1998: 0,30
1997: 0,43
1996: 0,57
1995: 0,37
1994: 0,4357
1993: 0,36
1992: 0,55
1991: 0,49
1990: 0,46
1989: 0,48
1988: 0,74

Pourcentage d'homicides commis avec une arme à feu

GraphiqueAustralie: le pourcentage d'homicides commis avec une arme à feu est estimé à

2012: 16%58 45
2011: 12%58 45 48
2010: 12%58 45
2009: 13%58 45
2008: 12%
2007: 9%
2006: 14%
2005: 15%
2004: 17%58
2003: 15%
2002: 14%
2001: 21%58 45
2000: 20%58 47
1999: 18%
1998: 21%
1997: 22%
1996: 22%
1995: 25%
1994: 19%58
1993: 25%
1992: 20%
1991: 21%
1990: 25%

Homicides par arme de poing

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre annuel d'homicides par arme de poing est de

2015: 143
2014: 4
2013: 3
2012: 4
2011: 643 46
2010: 643 46 49
2009: 9
2008: 7
2007: 1
2006: 14
2005: 443
2004: 2
2003: 646 49
2002: 12
2001: 1349

Taux d'homicides par arme de poing pour 100 000 habitants

GraphiqueAustralie: le taux annuel d'homicides par arme de poing pour 100 000 habitants est de

2015: 0,0051
2014: 0,02
2013: 0,01
2012: 0,02
2011: 0,03
2010: 0,03
2009: 0,04
2008: 0,03
2007: 0,00
2006: 0,07
2005: 0,02
2004: 0,01
2003: 0,03
2002: 0,06
2001: 0,07

Homicides par arme d'épaule

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre annuel d'homicides par arme d'épaule est de

2015: 1343
2014: 19
2013: 11
2012: 14
2011: 1743 46
2010: 2243 46 49
2009: 18
2008: 11
2007: 14
2006: 15
2005: 10
2004: 5
2003: 2446 49
2002: 20
2001: 1049

Taux d'homicides par arme d'épaule pour 100 000 habitants

GraphiqueAustralie: le taux annuel d'homicides par arme d'épaule pour 100 000 habitants est de

2015: 0,0651
2014: 0,08
2013: 0,05
2012: 0,06
2011: 0,08
2010: 0,10
2009: 0,08
2008: 0,05
2007: 0,07
2006: 0,07
2005: 0,05
2004: 0,03
2003: 0,12
2002: 0,10
2001: 0,05

Homicides par arme à feu (autres)

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre annuel d'homicides par arme à feu (type d’arme à feu non défini ou différent) est de

2015: 1343
2014: 8
2013: 21
2012: 24
2011: 943 46
2010: 1143 46 49
2009: 1043 46 49
2008: 9
2007: 11
2006: 12
2005: 5
2004: 10
2003: 2446 49
2002: 13
2001: 2449

Taux d'homicides par arme à feu (autres) pour 100 000 habitants

GraphiqueAustralie: le taux annuel d'homicides par arme à feu (type d’arme à feu non défini ou différent) pour 100 000 habitants est de

2015: 0,0651
2014: 0,04
2013: 0,09
2012: 0,11
2011: 0,04
2010: 0,05
2009: 0,05
2008: 0,04
2007: 0,05
2006: 0,06
2005: 0,02
2004: 0,05
2003: 0,12
2002: 0,07
2001: 0,12

Suicides (tous modes opératoires confondus)

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre annuel de suicides, quel que soit le mode opératoire, est de

2015: 3 02759
2014: 2 861
2013: 2 568
2012: 2 580
2011: 2 39259 60
2010: 2 47859 60 61
2009: 2 335
2008: 2 340
2007: 2 227
2006: 2 118
2005: 2 101
2004: 2 098
2003: 2 21360 61 57
2002: 2 320
2001: 2 45461 57
2000: 2 36357
1999: 2 492
1998: 2 683
1997: 2 720
1996: 2 393
1995: 2 368
1994: 2 258
1993: 2 081
1992: 2 294
1991: 2 360
1990: 2 161
1989: 2 096
1988: 2 197

Taux de suicides pour 100 000 habitants (tous modes opératoires confondus)

GraphiqueAustralie: le taux annuel de suicides pour 100 000 habitants, quel que soit le mode opératoire, est de

2015: 13,3051
2014: 12,71
2013: 11,54
2012: 11,72
2011: 10,99
2010: 11,52
2009: 10,98
2008: 11,14
2007: 10,73
2006: 10,34
2005: 10,38
2004: 10,49
2003: 11,2051 57
2002: 11,88
2001: 12,72
2000: 12,3457
1999: 13,17
1998: 14,34
1997: 14,69
1996: 13,07
1995: 13,10
1994: 12,65
1993: 11,78
1992: 13,11
1991: 13,65
1990: 12,66
1989: 12,47
1988: 13,29

Suicides par arme à feu

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre annuel de suicides par arme à feu est de

2015: 17759
2014: 178
2013: 166
2012: 177
2011: 14459 60
2010: 17159 60 61
2009: 174
2008: 183
2007: 190
2006: 181
2005: 147
2004: 167
2003: 19360 61 57 41
2002: 217
2001: 26161 57 41
2000: 22257 41
1999: 269
1998: 235
1997: 329
1996: 382
1995: 388
1994: 420
1993: 431
1992: 488
1991: 505
1990: 486
1989: 450
1988: 521

Taux de suicides par arme à feu pour 100 000 habitants

GraphiqueAustralie: le taux annuel de suicides par arme à feu pour 100 000 habitants est de

2015: 0,7851
2014: 0,79
2013: 0,76
2012: 0,80
2011: 0,66
2010: 0,79
2009: 0,82
2008: 0,87
2007: 0,92
2006: 0,88
2005: 0,73
2004: 0,84
2003: 0,9851 57
2002: 1,11
2001: 1,35
2000: 1,1657
1999: 1,42
1998: 1,26
1997: 1,78
1996: 2,09
1995: 2,15
1994: 2,35
1993: 2,44
1992: 2,79
1991: 2,92
1990: 2,85
1989: 2,68
1988: 3,15

Suicides par arme de poing

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre annuel de suicides par arme de poing est de

2015: 1759
2014: 17
2013: 23
2012: 12
2011: 1759 60
2010: 1859 60 61
2009: 17
2008: 25
2007: 15
2006: 15
2005: 14
2004: 13
2003: 2560 61
2002: 24
2001: 3461

Taux de suicides par arme de poing pour 100 000 habitants

GraphiqueAustralie: le taux annuel de suicides par arme de poing pour 100 000 habitants est de

2015: 0,0751
2014: 0,08
2013: 0,10
2012: 0,05
2011: 0,08
2010: 0,08
2009: 0,08
2008: 0,12
2007: 0,07
2006: 0,07
2005: 0,07
2004: 0,07
2003: 0,13
2002: 0,12
2001: 0,18

Suicides par arme d'épaule

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre annuel de suicides par arme d'épaule est de

2015: 13759
2014: 128
2013: 131
2012: 135
2011: 11659 60
2010: 14159 60 61
2009: 139
2008: 140
2007: 146
2006: 150
2005: 127
2004: 99
2003: 13360 61
2002: 165
2001: 17361

Taux de suicides par arme d'épaule pour 100 000 habitants

GraphiqueAustralie: le taux annuel de suicides par arme d'épaule pour 100 000 habitants est de

2015: 0,6051
2014: 0,57
2013: 0,59
2012: 0,61
2011: 0,53
2010: 0,66
2009: 0,65
2008: 0,67
2007: 0,70
2006: 0,73
2005: 0,63
2004: 0,50
2003: 0,67
2002: 0,84
2001: 0,90

Suicides par arme à feu (autres)

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre annuel de suicides par arme à feu (type d’arme à feu non défini ou différent) est de

2015: 2359
2014: 33
2013: 12
2012: 30
2011: 1159 60
2010: 1259 60 61
2009: 18
2008: 18
2007: 29
2006: 16
2005: 6
2004: 55
2003: 3560 61
2002: 28
2001: 5461

Taux de suicides par arme à feu (autres) pour 100 000 habitants

GraphiqueAustralie: le taux annuel de suicides par arme à feu (type d’arme à feu non défini ou différent) pour 100 000 habitants est de

2015: 0,1051
2014: 0,15
2013: 0,05
2012: 0,14
2011: 0,05
2010: 0,06
2009: 0,08
2008: 0,09
2007: 0,14
2006: 0,08
2005: 0,03
2004: 0,28
2003: 0,18
2002: 0,14
2001: 0,28

Décès accidentels par arme à feu

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre annuel de décès accidentels par arme à feu est de

2015: 362
2014: 3
2013: 3
2012: 3
2011: 762 63
2010: 1162 63 64
2009: 7
2008: 5
2007: 4
2006: 8
2005: 50
2004: 54
2003: 4063 64 57 41
2002: 30
2001: 18
2000: 4557 41
1999: 28
1998: 22
1997: 19
1996: 30
1995: 15
1994: 20
1993: 18
1992: 24
1991: 29
1990: 30
1989: 19
1988: 30

Taux de décès accidentels par arme à feu pour 100 000 habitants

GraphiqueAustralie: le taux annuel de décès accidentels par arme à feu pour 100 000 habitants est de

2015: 0,0151
2014: 0,01
2013: 0,01
2012: 0,01
2011: 0,03
2010: 0,05
2009: 0,03
2008: 0,02
2007: 0,02
2006: 0,04
2005: 0,25
2004: 0,27
2003: 0,2051 57
2002: 0,15
2001: 0,09
2000: 0,2357
1999: 0,15
1998: 0,12
1997: 0,10
1996: 0,16
1995: 0,08
1994: 0,11
1993: 0,10
1992: 0,14
1991: 0,17
1990: 0,18
1989: 0,11
1988: 0,18

Décès accidentels par arme de poing

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre annuel de décès accidentels par arme de poing est de

2015: 062
2014: 0
2013: 1
2012: 0
2011: 062 63
2010: 162 63 64
2009: 0
2008: 1
2007: 0
2006: 1
2005: 062
2004: 2
2003: 363 64

Taux de décès accidentels par arme de poing pour 100 000 habitants

GraphiqueAustralie: le taux annuel de décès accidentels par arme de poing pour 100 000 habitants est de

2015: 0,0051
2014: 0,00
2013: 0,00
2012: 0,00
2011: 0,00
2010: 0,00
2009: 0,00
2008: 0,00
2007: 0,00
2006: 0,00
2005: 0,00
2004: 0,01
2003: 0,02

Décès accidentels par arme d'épaule

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre annuel de décès accidentels par arme d'épaule est de

2015: 362
2014: 3
2013: 1
2012: 3
2011: 762 63
2010: 962 63 64
2009: 5
2008: 3
2007: 3
2006: 6
2005: 3
2004: 8
2003: 1163 64
2002: 10
2001: 664

Taux de décès accidentels par arme d'épaule pour 100 000 habitants

GraphiqueAustralie: le taux annuel de décès accidentels par arme d'épaule pour 100 000 habitants est de

2015: 0,0151
2014: 0,01
2013: 0,00
2012: 0,01
2011: 0,03
2010: 0,04
2009: 0,02
2008: 0,01
2007: 0,01
2006: 0,03
2005: 0,01
2004: 0,04
2003: 0,06
2002: 0,05
2001: 0,03

Décès accidentels par arme à feu (autres)

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre annuel de décès accidentels par arme à feu (type d’arme à feu non défini ou différent) est de

2015: 062
2014: 0
2013: 1
2012: 0
2011: 062 63
2010: 162 63 64
2009: 2
2008: 1
2007: 1
2006: 1
2005: 47
2004: 44
2003: 2663 64
2002: 20
2001: 1264

Taux de décès accidentels par arme à feu (autres) pour 100 000 habitants

GraphiqueAustralie: le taux annuel de décès accidentels par arme à feu (type d’arme à feu non défini ou différent) pour 100 000 habitants est de

2015: 0,0051
2014: 0,00
2013: 0,00
2012: 0,00
2011: 0,00
2010: 0,00
2009: 0,01
2008: 0,00
2007: 0,00
2006: 0,00
2005: 0,23
2004: 0,22
2003: 0,13
2002: 0,10
2001: 0,06

Décès par arme à feu de cause indéterminée

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre annuel de décès par arme à feu de cause indéterminée est de

2015: 465
2014: 18
2013: 4
2012: 4
2011: 565 66
2010: 1165 66 67
2009: 8
2008: 16
2007: 11
2006: 12
2005: 465
2004: 3
2003: 257
2002: 0
1999: 268
1998: 857
1997: 3
1996: 5
1995: 3
1994: 6
1993: 6
1992: 7
1991: 5
1990: 15
1989: 13
1988: 17

Taux de décès par arme à feu de cause indéterminée pour 100 000 habitants

GraphiqueAustralie: le taux annuel de décès par arme à feu de cause indéterminée pour 100 000 habitants est de

2015: 0,0251
2014: 0,08
2013: 0,02
2012: 0,02
2011: 0,02
2010: 0,05
2009: 0,04
2008: 0,08
2007: 0,05
2006: 0,06
2005: 0,02
2004: 0,02
2003: 0,0157
2002: 0,00
1999: 0,0168
1998: 0,0457
1997: 0,02
1996: 0,03
1995: 0,02
1994: 0,03
1993: 0,03
1992: 0,04
1991: 0,03
1990: 0,09
1989: 0,08
1988: 0,10

Décès par arme de poing de cause indéterminée

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre annuel de décès par arme de poing de cause indéterminée est de

2015: 065
2014: 1
2013: 0
2012: 0
2011: 065 66
2010: 265 66 67
2009: 0
2008: 1
2007: 0
2006: 1
2005: 265
2004: 0

Taux de décès par arme de poing de cause indéterminée pour 100 000 habitants

GraphiqueAustralie: le taux annuel de décès par arme de poing de cause indéterminée pour 100 000 habitants est de

2015: 0,0051
2014: 0,00
2013: 0,00
2012: 0,00
2011: 0,00
2010: 0,01
2009: 0,00
2008: 0,00
2007: 0,00
2006: 0,00
2005: 0,01
2004: 0,00

Décès par arme d'épaule de cause indéterminée

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre annuel de décès par arme d'épaule de cause indéterminée est de

2015: 265
2014: 7
2013: 1
2012: 0
2011: 465 66
2010: 265 66 67
2009: 1
2008: 4
2007: 3
2006: 2
2005: 265
2004: 2

Taux de décès par arme d'épaule de cause indéterminée pour 100 000 habitants

GraphiqueAustralie: le taux annuel de décès par arme d'épaule de cause indéterminée pour 100 000 habitants est de

2015: 0,0151
2014: 0,03
2013: 0,00
2012: 0,00
2011: 0,02
2010: 0,01
2009: 0,00
2008: 0,02
2007: 0,01
2006: 0,01
2005: 0,01
2004: 0,01

Décès par arme à feu (autres) de cause indéterminée

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre annuel de décès par arme à feu (type d’arme à feu non défini ou différent) de cause indéterminée est de

2015: 265
2014: 10
2013: 3
2012: 4
2011: 165 66
2010: 765 66 67
2009: 7
2008: 11
2007: 8
2006: 9
2005: 065
2004: 1

Taux de décès par arme à feu (autres) de cause indéterminée pour 100 000 habitants

GraphiqueAustralie: le taux annuel de décès par arme à feu (type d’arme à feu non défini ou différent) de cause indéterminée pour 100 000 habitants est de

2015: 0,0151
2014: 0,04
2013: 0,01
2012: 0,02
2011: 0,00
2010: 0,03
2009: 0,03
2008: 0,05
2007: 0,04
2006: 0,04
2005: 0,00
2004: 0,01

Homicides par arme à feu dans un cadre légitime

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre annuel d'homicides par arme à feu dans un cadre légitime est de

2015: 769
2014: 9
2013: 2
2012: 5
2011: 2
2010: 969 70
2009: 4
2008: 4
2007: 6
2006: 3
2005: 1
2004: 2
2002: 1070
2001: 4
2000: 571
1999: 472
1998: 773
1997: 774

ProductionIndustries des armes à feu

Réglementation relative aux fabricants d'armes à feu

Australie: la fabrication d'armes légères, de munitions et/ou de leurs composants est autorisée, seulement si le fabricant est titulaire d'une licence en cours de validité75 76

Fabrication des armes légères – Classement mondial

Au classement mondial des petits, moyens et grands fabricants d'armes à feu, l'Australie est classée dans la catégorie des petits77 fabricants

Armes à feu artisanales

Australie: la production artisanale ou la production illicite d'armes à feu est faible78 79 80 81

TransfertsCommerce et trafic des armes à feu

Exportation des armes à feu

Australie: l'exportation des armes à feu et des munitions est limitée par le contrôle légal des transferts82 83 84

Exportations d'armes à feu (nombre) – Fabricants

Le nombre annuel d'armes à feu exportées depuis l'Australie est, selon les fabricants, de

2011: 4 54085

Exportations d'armes légères (US$) – Douanes

La valeur annuelle d'armes légères et de munitions exportées depuis l'Australie est évaluée, selon les douanes, à 11 077 63086US$ (2011)87 88

Exportations d'armes légères – Classement mondial

Si l'on compare les exportateurs d'armes légères dans le monde, l'Australie se classe comme grand89 90 91 exportateur

Importation des armes à feu

Australie: l'importation des armes à feu ou des munitions est limitée par le contrôle légal des transferts82 92 83 84

Importations d'armes légères (US$) - Douanes

La valeur annuelle d'armes légères et de munitions importées vers l'Australie est évaluée, selon les douanes, à 104 812 08086US$ (2011)93 94 95 96 97 98 99

Importations d'armes légères (Nombre) - Douanes

GraphiqueLe nombre annuel d'armes à feu importées vers

2015: 104 323100 101 102 103 104
2014: 98 351
2013: 88 185
2012: 90 006
2011: 72 586
2010: 73 701
2009: 57 522
2008: 58 111
2007: 47 820
2006: 39 389
2005: 38 786
2004: 36 980
2003: 40 939
2002: 28 016
2001: 30 666
2000: 33 152
1999: 18 405
1998: 34 837
1997: 89 760
1996: 44 802
1995: 48 751102
1994: 32 928
1993: 35 881
1992: 45 305
1991: 71 675
1990: 57 222
1989: 51 502
1979: 104 149105
1978: 108 854
1977: 194 764
1976: 191 359
1975: 166 364

Contrebande d'armes à feu et de munitions

Les rapports suggèrent que le niveau de contrebande d'armes à feu et de munitions en Australie est faible106 78 107 108 79 109 110 111 103 112 81 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120

Réglementation relative aux courtiers en armes à feu

Australie: les activités de courtier en armes à feu et d'intermédiation sont spécifiquement réglementées par la loi121

Certificats d'utilisateur final

Les formalités douanières en Australie incluent122 123 des exigences en matière de certification fournissant des détails sur l'utilisateur final et/ou sur l'utilisation finale pour les transferts d'armes à feu et munitions

Transparence des transferts d'armes légères

GraphiqueDans son Baromètre annuel sur la transparence en matière de commerce des armes légères (Small Arms Trade Transparency Barometer), Small Arms Survey compare la transparence des États à déclarer les exportations d'armes à feu et de munitions, parmi les principales nations exportatrices d'armes légères, sur une échelle de fort à faible (25 à zéro). Ces dernières années, l'Australie s'est vu attribuer les scores suivants

2016: 12,25124
2014: 11,25125
2013: 10,25126
2012: 10,00127
2011: 10,25128
2010: 10,25129
2009: 10,25130
2008: 11,25131
2007: 11,25132
2006: 10,00133
2005: 11,25134
2004: 11,25135

MesuresRéglementation sur les armes à feu

Réglementation sur les armes à feu – Orientation des politiques

Australie: la réglementation sur les armes à feu est classée comme étant restrictive136

Loi sur les armes à feu

Australie: la législation sur le contrôle des armes à feu comprend l'Accord national sur les armes à feu de 1996 (NFA), l'Accord national sur la politique pour combattre le trafic d'armes à feu de 2002 (NFTPA), l'Accord national sur les armes de poing de 2002 (NHA),137 138 et les lois et règlements sur les armes à feu de chaque état et territoire139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155

Autorité chargée de la réglementation sur les armes à feu

Australie: les armes à feu sont réglementées par les autorités locales et territoriales156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163

Droit de posséder des armes à feu

Australie: le droit de posséder des armes à feu n'est pas garanti par la loi164 165 166 167 168

Armes à feu et munitions prohibées

Australie: les civils n'ont pas le droit de posséder d'armes à feu automatiques et semi-automatiques, de fusils à pompe à chargement automatique, d'armes de poing d'un calibre supérieur à 0,38po avec seulement quelques exceptions, d'armes de poing semi-automatiques dont la longueur du canon ne dépasse pas 120mm et de révolvers dont la longueur du canon ne dépasse pas 100mm169 170 138 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178

Réglementation sur les armes automatiques

Australie: la possession d'armes d'assaut automatiques par des particuliers est prohibée, avec seulement quelques rares exceptions pour les armes à feu rendues inutilisables et destinées aux collectionneurs, expositions ou musées169 170 171 172 173 174 179 180 177 178 48

Réglementation sur les armes d'assaut semi-automatiques

Australie: la possession d'armes d'assaut semi-automatiques par des particuliers est prohibée, avec seulement quelques exceptions170 171 172 173 174 175 176 181

Réglementation sur les armes de poing

Australie: la possession d'armes de poing (pistolets et revolvers) par des particuliers est autorisée uniquement sous réserve de conditions strictes170 182 138 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 48

La loi réglemente les armes d'épaule

Australie: la possession de fusils et de fusils de chasse par des civils est régie par la loi170 171 172 173 174 175 176 181 48

Licence d'armes à feu

Australie: seules les personnes titulaires d'une licence d'armes à feu peuvent191 192 193 194 159 195 196 197 198 48 légalement acquérir, posséder ou transférer des armes à feu ou des munitions

Motif légitime nécessaire pour l'obtention d'une licence d'armes à feu

Australie: les demandeurs d'une licence d'armes à feu sont obligés de démontrer qu'ils ont un motif légitime pour posséder une arme à feu comme, par exemple, être un membre d'un club de tir, la chasse, le tir sportif, la collection, le contrôle des nuisibles et des utilisations professionnelles restreintes.199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207
Selon la loi, la protection personnelle n'est pas une véritable raison208 209 210

Âge minimum requis pour la possession d'une arme à feu

Australie: l'âge minimum requis pour la possession d'une arme à feu est de 18 ans ou dès l'âge de 10 ans sous la supervision immédiate d'un adulte autorisé191 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218

Vérification des antécédents des propriétaires d'armes à feu

Australie: le demandeur d'une licence d'armes à feu doit se soumettre à une vérification de ses antécédents criminels, de troubles mentaux, physiques, d'addictions, de violence domestique et autres219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 48

Références requises pour l'obtention d'une licence d'armes à feu

Australie: l'avis d'une tierce personne est requis pour certaines catégories de licences dans certaines juridictions228 229 230 231 pour garantir la moralité de chaque demandeur d'une licence d'armes à feu

Violence domestique et armes à feu

Lorsqu'il existe des antécédents de violence familiale, ou des risques de violence familiale, la loi de l'Australie stipule219 232 233 222 234 224 235 226 236 que la licence d'armes à feu doit être refusée ou révoquée

Formation en matière de sécurité dans le maniement des armes à feu

Australie: des connaissances en matière de réglementation sur les armes à feu et de sécurité dans le maniement de celles-ci, testées en théorie et/ou en pratique lors d'une formation, sont requises237 238 239 240 241 225 242 243 pour l'obtention d'une licence d'armes à feu

Durée de validité d'une licence d'armes à feu

Australie: les propriétaires d'armes à feu doivent présenter une nouvelle demande et prouver à nouveau qu'ils répondent aux conditions requises pour l'obtention d'une licence d'armes à feu tous les un à cinq ans selon la catégorie de la licence191 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251

Registre des licences d'armes à feu

Australie: les autorités tiennent un registre252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 des civils autorisés à acquérir, posséder, vendre ou transférer des armes à feu ou des munitions

Limite du nombre d'armes à feu

Australie: les propriétaires d'armes à feu titulaires d'une licence en règle ont le droit de posséder seulement le nombre et type d'armes à feu spécifiés dans la licence ou permis d'acquisition200 262 263 264 265 159 266 267 268 266 269

Limite de la quantité et du type de munitions

Australie: les propriétaires d'armes à feu titulaires d'une licence en règle ont le droit de posséder au maximum seulement des munitions adaptées aux armes à feu spécifiées dans la licence, avec une limite sur la quantité de munitions qui peuvent être achetées dans une période donnée270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 269

Enregistrement des armes à feu

Enregistrement des armes à feu possédées par les civils

Australie: la loi impose278 279 252 260 255 254 257 259 258 261 l'enregistrement de l'acquisition, de la possession et du transfert de chaque arme à feu détenue par des civils dans un registre officiel

Tenue d'un registre par les commerçants d'armes à feu

Australie: les commerçants d'armes à feu doivent280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 261 tenir un registre de chaque arme à feu ou munition achetée, vendue ou transférée au nom de l'autorité compétente

Tenue d'un registre par les fabricants d'armes à feu

Australie: les fabricants d'armes à feu doivent288 261 tenir un registre de chaque arme à feu produite, pour inspection par l'autorité compétente

Tenue d'un registre d'armes à feu par le gouvernement

Australie: les organismes publics doivent289 290 tenir des registres sur le stockage et les mouvements de toutes les armes à feu et munitions sous leur responsabilité

Ventes et transferts d'armes à feu

Réglementation sur les ventes d'armes à feu entre particuliers

Australie: la vente et le transfert d'armes à feu entre particuliers sont prohibés, sauf s'ils sont réalisés et enregistrés par un commerçant d’armes à feu autorisé ou, lorsque se tenant dans des endroits reculés, s'ils sont réalisés et enregistrés par la police270 291 292 293 294 295 296 297

Réglementation sur les ventes d'armes à feu par un commerçant

Australie: le commerce des armes à feu, à titre professionnel et sans être titulaire d'une licence valide de commerçant d'armes à feu, est illégal270 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305

Vérification des antécédents pour les ventes d'armes à feu entre particuliers

Australie: l'acheteur d'une arme à feu, dans le cadre d'une vente entre particuliers, doit270 219 se soumettre à une vérification officielle de ses antécédents au moment du transfert

Vérification des antécédents pour les ventes d'armes à feu par un commerçant

Australie: l'acheteur d'une arme à feu, dans le cadre d'une vente chez un commerçant, doit270 219 se soumettre à une vérification officielle de ses antécédents au moment du transfert

Limite du nombre d'armes à feu pouvant être vendues par un commerçant

Australie: le nombre et le type d'armes à feu pouvant être vendus par un commerçant à un propriétaire d'armes à feu sont limités à une arme à feu par permis d'acquisition, en accord avec la catégorie de licence d'armes à feu concernée262 263 306 265 307 266 308 268 266 269

Nombre de commerçants d'armes à feu déclarés

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre de commerçants d'armes à feu est de

1999: 1 581309
1998: 1 223310

Période d'attente pour la possession d'une arme à feu

Australie: le temps d'attente minimum entre la vente légale de l'arme à feu et sa remise à l'acheteur est de 28 jours pour une première vente ou un premier transfert, avec des exemptions, dans certains états et territoires, pour l'achat subséquent du même type d'arme à feu pour laquelle le détenteur possède déjà une licence262 311 306 312 313 314 225 315 316

Réglementation sur les expositions d'armes à feu

Australie: les expositions d'armes à feu, ainsi que les événements temporaires liés au commerce d'armes à feu, dans certaines juridictions, sont réglementés317 318 319 320 par la loi

Stockage et transport des armes à feu et munitions

Réglementation sur le stockage des armes à feu et des munitions – Par les particuliers

Australie: la réglementation sur les armes à feu inclut321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 des dispositions sur le stockage sécuritaire des armes à feu et munitions par les propriétaires d'armes à feu

Réglementation sur le stockage des armes à feu et des munitions – Par les commerçants

Australie: la réglementation sur les armes à feu inclut330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 des dispositions sur le stockage sécuritaire des armes à feu et munitions par les commerçants d'armes à feu

Réglementation sur le stockage des armes à feu et des munitions – Par le gouvernement

Australie: la réglementation gouvernementale inclut290 289 des dispositions sur le stockage sécuritaire des armes à feu et munitions par les organismes publics

Réglementation sur le transport des armes à feu et munitions

Australie: la réglementation inclut338 339 340 341 342 343 des dispositions sur le stockage sécuritaire des armes à feu et munitions pendant leur transport

Marquage et traçage des armes à feu et munitions

Marquage des armes à feu

Australie: la loi requiert76 une marque d'identification unique sur chaque arme à feu

Traçage des armes à feu

Australie: les autorités nationales procèdent344 345 346 347 348 349 au traçage reconnu des armes à feu et aux procédures de pistage

Registre des empreintes balistiques des armes à feu et de leurs munitions

Australie: les caractéristiques balistiques de chaque arme à feu civile et de ses munitions ne sont pas350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 conservées dans un registre

Port d'armes à feu

Porter ouvertement des armes à feu en public

Australie: porter ouvertement des armes à feu en public est prohibé, s'il n'y a pas de motif légitime. Selon la loi, la protection personnelle ne constitue pas un motif légitime208 209 368 369 370 371 372 210 48

Porter des armes à feu dissimulées en public

Australie: porter des armes à feu dissimulées en public est prohibé, s'il n'y a pas de motif légitime. Selon la loi, la protection personnelle ne constitue pas un motif légitime208 209 368 369 370 371 372 210 48

Peine légale pour possession illégale d'armes à feu

Australie: la peine maximale pour possession illégale d'armes à feu373 est de 20 ans de prison, selon la juridiction et la catégorie d'arme à feu374 193 194 375 376 196 197 198 377

Programmes de collecte, d'amnistie et de destruction

Australie: les autorités sont reconnues pour avoir378 379 mis en place des programmes de remise volontaire d'armes à feu, et/ou des programmes de saisies en vue de réduire le nombre d'armes à feu illégales en circulation

Nombre d'armes à feu remises et saisies

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre d'armes à feu remises volontairement, rachetées ou saisies par les autorités est de

2015: 3 000380
2014: 3 000381
2012: 3 485382 383 384 385
2011: 5 922383 384 385
2010: 5 798383 384
2008/11: 4 000386 384
2006: 5 15716 384
2004: 68 727387 388
1987/2015: 1 121 577389 378 379 390

Armes légères détruites

GraphiqueAustralie: le nombre d'armes à feu détruites suite à des programmes d'amnistie, de collecte et de saisie est de

2015: 17 081391
2012: 3 485383
2011: 3 857
2010: 3 109
1987/2015: 1 121 577389 378 379 390

Politique de destruction et d'élimination

En Australie, ce n'est pas la politique d'état392 393 394 395 396 397 398 399 de détruire les surplus d'armes à feu, ainsi que les armes à feu collectées et saisies plutôt que de les remettre sur le marché secondaire des armes à feu

MesuresContrôles internationaux

Accords régionaux

Forum des îles du Pacifique

En tant que membre du Forum des îles du Pacifique, l'Australie a adopté, en mars 2000, la Plate-forme de Nadi, qui vise à harmoniser la législation relative aux armes légères dans toute l'Océanie. En août 2003, l'avant-projet de loi-type sur les armes de la Plate-forme de Nadi a été accepté de façon unanime pour considération par l'ensemble de 16 états membres du Forum des îles du Pacifique400 401

Déclaration de Genève sur la violence armée et le développement

La Déclaration de Genève sur la violence armée et le développement, initiative diplomatique visant à répondre aux questions d'interrelations entre la violence armée et le développement, a été signée en 2006 par l'Australie402

Traité des Nations Unies sur le commerce des armes

Le Traité des Nations Unies sur le commerce des armes a été signé et ratifié par l'Australie403

Protocole des Nations Unies sur les armes à feu

Le Protocole des Nations Unies contre la fabrication et le trafic illicites d'armes à feu, de leurs pièces, éléments et munitions a été signé, mais pas encore ratifié par l'Australie404

Programme d'action des Nations Unies sur les armes légères (UNPoA)

UNPoA – Engagement

Le 21 juillet 2001, l'Australie s'est engagée à respecter la décision consensuelle des Nations Unies à adopter, soutenir et mettre en œuvre le Programme d'action de l'ONU en vue de prévenir, combattre et éliminer le commerce illicite des armes légères sous tous ses aspects405

UNPoA – Score attribué dans le cadre du suivi de la mise en œuvre du programme d'action

Dans le cadre du suivi de la mise en œuvre du Programme d'action de l'ONU sur les armes légères (PoAIM Phase 1), Small Arms Survey a évalué les performances de l'Australie par rapport à ses engagements envers le programme d'action et l'a ensuite classé n°22406 407 408 409 parmi les 159 États membres

UNPoA – Rapports nationaux

Selon les termes de son engagement pris en 2001 envers le Programme d'action des Nations Unies sur les armes légères, l'Australie a soumis un ou plusieurs rapports nationaux410 411 sur la mise en œuvre du Programme d'action

UNPoA – Point de contact national

Un point de contact national, devant s'occuper des questions relevant du Programme d'action, a été créé en Australie412 411

UNPoA – Organe national de coordination

Un organe national de coordination, devant s'occuper des questions relevant du Programme d'action, a été créé en Australie412 411

UNPoA – Participation et appui des acteurs de la société civile

Les rapports nationaux soumis par l'Australie aux Nations Unies, de 2001 à 2010, démontrent412 411 413 qu'il a existé une coopération concrète avec la société civile en soutien aux activités du Programme d'action

UNPoA – Assistance internationale fournie

Des fonds pour la mise en œuvre du Programme d'action ont été octroyés par l'Australie414 415 416 417 418 419 420 421 à d'autres états membres de l'ONU

Registre des Nations Unies des armes légères

Selon le registre des Nations Unies des armes classiques, l'Australie a déclaré422 ses exportations d'armes légères dans un ou plusieurs rapports nationaux annuels sur les exportations d'armes

Membre des Nations Unies

Selon la liste officielle des états membre de l'ONU, l'Australie est un état membre depuis 1945423

Arrangement de Wassenaar

L'Australie fait partie424 des États participants à l'Arrangement de Wassenaar sur le contrôle des exportations d'armes classiques et de biens et technologies à double usage

ContexteProfil du pays

Profil des conflits

Pour obtenir un profil des conflits en Australie, veuillez cliquer sur l'icône «Lien» pour ouvrir une page Web accessible à partir de l'extranet du site du Programme de Données sur le Conflit de l'Université d'Uppsala (UCDP)

Indice mondial de la paix

Pour voir le classement de l'Australie, veuillez cliquer sur l'icône «Lien» pour ouvrir une page Web accessible à partir de l'extranet du site de l'indice mondial de paix (Global Peace Index, GPI)


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