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Karp, Aaron. 2006 ‘Trickle and Torrent: State stockpiles: Known Law Enforcement Firearms Inventories.’ Small Arms Survey 2006: Unfinished Business; Table 2.1, pp. 40-41. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 1 July

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Table 2.1: Known law enforcement firearms inventories

Country
Organisation: Population - Sworn Officers - Total Small Arms (Year)

Belgium
Police: 10,364,000 - 17,767 - 23.953 (2000)

Bulgaria
Police: 7,450,000 - 27,000 - 59,400 (2004)
Fire Fighters: 7,450,000 - 5,000 - 5,500 (2004)
Gendarmerie: 7,450,000 - 2,00 - 4,400 (2004)
Prison Guards: 7,450,000 - 5,850 - 6,435 (2004)

Central African Republic
Police: 3,900,000 - 1,685 - 1,072 (2003)

Germany (Saarland)
Police: 1,061,000 - 2,750 - 5,344 - …

Jamaica
Police: 2,735,000 - 8,500 - 9,000 (2004)

Japan
Police: 127,400,000 - 240,000 - 250,000 (2004)

Macedonia
Police: 700,000 - 7,500 - 23,000 (2003)

Montenegro
Police: 2,049,000 - 4,227 - 5,157 - …

New Zealand
Police: 4,035,000 - 7,038 - 2,000 (2005)

Norway
Police: 4,593,000 - 7,500 - 9,000 (2000)

Papua New Guinea
Police: 5,545,000 - 5,000 - 4,800 (2004)
Prison Guards: 5,545,000 - 1,279 - 3,000 (2004)

Philippines
Police: 87,857,000 - 117,376 - 82,000 (2004)

Scotland
Police: 5,062,000 - 14,810 - 3,000 - …

Serbia
Police: 8,104,000 - 35,400 - 53,100 (2004)

Sierra Leone
Police: 5,300,000 - 7,000 - 3,200 - …

South Africa
Police: 45,300,000 - 101,022 - 262,062 (2004)

United Kingdom (England and Wales)
Police: 54,218,000 - 180,107 - 36,000 (2004)

United States
FBI: 293,000,000 - 11,523 - 49,600 (2002)
DEA: 293,000,000 - 4,161 - 14,921 (2002)
Fish and Wildlife: 293,000,000 - 888 - 5,234 (2002)

Yugoslavia
Police: 23,500,000 - 40,000 - 290,000 (1989)

ID: Q2089

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