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Antigua and Barbuda. 2010 ‘International Tracing - Laws, Regulations and Administrative Procedures.’ National Report of Antigua and Barbuda 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 (UNPoA) and the International Tracing Instrument; Section 8, pp. 26-28. New York, NY: Permanent Mission of Antigua and Barbuda to the United Nations. 1 September

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International Tracing - Laws, regulations and administrative procedures

22. Does your country have procedures in place to trace SALW? YES

Tracing Requests

22.1 Has your country ever issued an international tracing request regarding SALW? YES

22.2. Which government agency is responsible for making a tracing request to another country? Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda

22.3. What information does the designated agency include in a tracing request? (check relevant boxes)
a) Circumstances under which the SALW was found: YES
b) Reasons why the SALW is considered to be illegal or illicit: YES
c) The intended use of the information being sought: YES
d) Any markings on the SALW: YES
e) Type/calibre of SALW: YES
f) Other: [No response]

22.4. When receiving information related to SALW as a result of your country's tracing request, does your country have procedures in place to ensure that all restrictions placed on its use are respected, and the confidentiality of such information are guaranteed? YES

Responses for Tracing Requests

22.5. Which government agency is responsible for responding to a tracing request from another country? Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda

[SALW = Small Arms and Light Weapons]

ID: Q3360

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