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Dominican Republic. 2012 ‘Seized Firearms (Armas de Fuego Incautadas).’ National Report of the Dominican Republic 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 and the International Tracing Instrument, p. 6. New York, NY: Permanent Mission of the Dominican Republic to the United Nations. 1 January

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Armas de Fuego Incautadas

Relación de Armas de Fuego Incautadas Durante los Años 2010 y 2011 por las diferentes Instituciones Nacionales.

Año 2010:
Policía Nacional: 473
Fuerzas Armadas: 273
Ministerio Público: 210
Retenidas por la Intendencia de Armas de MIP: 57

Total Incautadas: 1,013

Año 2011:
Policía Nacional:450
Fuerzas Armadas: 113
Ministerio Público: 147
Retenidas por la Intendencia de Armas de MIP: 268

Total Incautadas: 978

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Translated content:

Seized Firearms

List of firearms seized during the years 2010 and 2011 by various national institutions.

Year 2010:
National Police: 473
Armed Forces: 273
Public Ministry: 210
Retained by the Administration of Arms of MIP: 57

Total: 1,013

Year 2011:
National Police: 450
Armed Forces: 113
Public Ministry: 147
Retained by the Administration of Arms of MIP: 268

Total: 978

[MIP = Ministry of the Interior and Police]

ID: Q9555

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