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Australian Capital Territory. 2014 ‘ACT Illicit Firearms Rewards Campaign [Number of Seized Firearms, 2013-14].’ ACT Policing Annual Report 2013-2014; Section 2 (B.2), p. 39. Canberra: Australian Federal Police, ACT Policing. 18 September

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Crime Prevention

Louts/gangs…

In 2013-14, ACT Policing in partnership with the ACT Government and Crime Stoppers launched the ACT Illicit Firearms Rewards campaign as a method to target serious and organised crime.

The focus of this initiative was to offer public reward payments of up to $5000 for information leading to the seizure of illicit firearms or a successful prosecution for firearm-related crime.

As a result of the six-month campaign, ACT Policing executed 25 search warrants, resulting in the seizure of 25 operational firearms, 11 replica firearms and about 3,500 rounds of assorted ammunition.

ID: Q11764

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