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eTrace Leads to Arrests for Gun Crimes

SKN Vibes, Media release

27 January 2014

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The Electronic Tracing System (eTrace), utilized by the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force since September 2012, has proven quite useful and has led to a number of arrests at home and abroad.

A recent report indicated that eighteen illegal firearms seized by security forces in 2013, have been traced using the database accessed by law enforcement in more than 30 countries outside of the United States…

"The eTrace has been very beneficial here in the Federation," Commissioner of Police Celvin G. Walwyn told SKNIS. "One hundred percent of guns found/seized in St. Kitts and Nevis are entered into the system…

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