ArmsTracker fills gaps in national arms and ammunition control by enabling simple, accurate record-keeping and enforcement of weapon laws in local languages. Available only to government agencies in eligible UN Member States, this simple but powerful software digitises arms and ammunition record-keeping, imports and exports, gun owner licensing and firearm registration.
Each installation is tailor-made for the relevant government agency to enforce national and regional laws and to complement existing systems. Consultation, customisation and installation is followed by staff and community training. ArmsTracker evolves and improves as each new government agency installs its own customised version. Join the ArmsTracker Community to take advantage of International Assistance donors, and to fund an upgrade of your national or regional arms control system. Find out more at armstracker.org.
Alongside ArmsTracker, we offer a range of other technical resources and assistance to help agencies and stakeholders build capacity and fill compliance gaps with international standards.
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If you are upgrading your national arms control system and any aspect of this service may be of interest, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With more than 200,000 pages of news, data and comparative charts, and visited by up to a million uniquely identifiable users per year, GunPolicy.org is the world’s most comprehensive and accessible Web source for published evidence on armed violence, firearm law and gun control.
GunPolicy.org is hosted at The University of Sydney School of Public Health, in partnership with CAVR. The Sydney School of Public Health provides internationally recognised leadership in public health by advancing and disseminating knowledge — in this case, supporting global efforts to prevent gun injury. With its partners and contributors, GunPolicy.org promotes the public health model of firearm injury prevention, as adopted by the World Health Organisation’s Global Campaign for Violence Prevention and the United Nations small arms Programme of Action (UNPoA).
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