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Institute for Security Studies. 2002 ‘Firearms and Crime in Kenya.’ FOCUS, Sept 2002 (3), p. 5. Pretoria: Arms Management Programme, Institute for Security Studies / ISS. 1 September

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Firearms and Crime in Kenya

With a police to citizen ratio of 1:1000 and only 5,000 licensed firearm owners in Kenya, there are numerous illicit guns being hidden with the tacit support of communities.

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