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Firearms

Youth Crime Gun Interdiction Initiative (1998)

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For the 1997 version, please click here

Crime Gun Trace Analysis Reports: The Illegal Youth Firearms Markets in 27 Communities

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Table of Contents

Forward by the Director of Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms

Introduction

Terms Used in this Report

Trace Analysis Provided in This Report

General Findings: Local Illegal Firearms Markets

Methods of Illegal Tranfer of Firearms to Juveniles and Other Prohibited Persons

Enforcement Oppotunities for Preventing Trafficking in Firearms

Update: Comprehensive Community Crime Gun Tracing

Update: Local Law Enforcement Initiatives

Future Developments

Information for Law Enforcement Executives

Technical Notes

Acknowledgments


 

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