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Costa Rica. 2003 ‘National Report 2003 - Stockpile Managment (Informe Nacional 2003 - Manejo de Arsenal).’ National Report of Costa Rica on its Implementation of the United Nations Programme of Action to Prevent, Combat and Eradicate the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in All Its Aspects (UNPoA), pp. 3-4. New York, NY: Permanent Mission of Costa Rica to the United Nations. 27 June

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National Report 2003 - Stockpile Management (Informe Nacional 2003 - Manejo de Arsenal)

En lo que respecta a las armas de propiedad del Estado, la Dirección General de Armamento y el Arsenal Nacional requieren de todas las dependencias del Ministerio de Seguridad Pública que remitan en forma mensual un inventario global de las armas, cargadores, municiones y equipo policial asignado; y en forma trimestral un inventario detallado que incluya número de serie y patrimonio de todo el armamento. Paralelamente a lo anterior, los inspectores se desplazan a las diferentes unidades, con el fin de levantar inventarios físicos y compararlos con los remitidos oportunamente.

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With regard to weapons owned by the State, the Armaments Directorate and the National Arsenal require all agencies of the Ministry of Public Security to submit monthly a complete list of the weapons, clips, ammunition and police equipment they have assigned to their personnel and to submit quarterly a detailed list showing the serial number and the holder of every weapon. At the same time, inspectors visit the various units to draw up physical inventories and compare them with the lists submitted periodically.

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