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Niger. 2010 ‘Management and Securing of Stockpiles (Gestion et Sécurisation des Stocks).’ National Report of Niger 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); Section III.A, 4.1, pp. 16-17. New York, NY: Permanent Mission of the Republic of Niger to the United Nations. 1 January

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Gestion et Sécurisation des Stocks

Au niveau des forces de défense et de sécurité, les stocks sont dans des magasins gardés par des sentinelles au sein des casernes. Les différentes armes sont répertoriées dans un registre général.

Il existe des sous- registres dont notamment:

- le registre de détention par unité;
- le registre de retrait;
- le registre des armes défectueuses;
- le registre des armes affectées à des autorités civiles;
- le registre des armes détenues par les civils;
- le registre des répartitions des munitions par unité…

La tenue des registres se fait manuellement…

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Management and Securing of Stockpiles

At the Defence and Security Forces level, stockpiles are stored in arsenals guarded by sentinels in barracks. The different firearms are catalogued in a General Register.

Sub-registers do exist, notably:

- the register of possession per unit;
- the register of withdrawals;
- the register of defective firearms;
- the register of firearms intended for civil authorities;
- the register of firearms possessed by civilians;
- the register of the distribution of ammunition per unit…

The record keeping is done manually…

ID: Q4694

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