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Leslie, Matthew. 2009 ‘Understanding the Problems Posed by the Proliferation of Illicit SALW in the Pacific.’ Strengthening Implementation of the UN Programme of Action on Small Arms and Light Weapons: Regional Meeting on the Implementation of the Programme of Action. Sydney: Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat. 22 June

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Oral address and slides presented to the UN Office of Disarmament Affairs workshop 'Strengthening implementation of the UN Programme of Action on small arms and light weapons: regional meeting on the implementation of the Programme of Action.'

The 'Control of Ammunition Toolkit' under development as a model for Pacific island nations by Matthew Leslie, Law Enforcement Adviser, Political & International Affairs Division, Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat 'will be based on the Cook Islands model' already implemented by Cook Islands police.

This involves state control of the importation and sale of ammunition, and allows police to inspect and to register firearms, then to interview and to re-licence gun owners before they can purchase ammunition.

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