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ACC. 2015 ‘Firearm Trafficking.’ Organised Crime in Australia 2015, pp. 56-58. Canberra: Australian Crime Commission. 1 May

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Firearm Trafficking

The Australian Government is aiming to develop a National Firearms Interface (NFI) by 2015, which will track the full life of a firearm, a capacity previously unavailable to law enforcement agencies. This will be achieved through a single shared record for each firearm and for each firearm licensed holder. The NFI allows input of events against a firearm nationally, with visibility of all movements from the time of importation or legal domestic manufacture, including information on status changes, criminal activity, destruction or exportation, thus providing a greater insight into the movement of a firearm…

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