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Gun Amnesty Poster - Unwanted Guns? Who's Picking Up Yours? BC Gun Amnesty October 1-31, 2016, Call your local police for pickup www.bc-gunamnesty.ca

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Left to Right: Deputy Chief Constable Warren Lemcke, Deputy Commissioner Craig Callens, Commanding Officer of BC RCMP, Minister Mike Morris-Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General, Sergeant Annie Linteau BC RCMP spokesperson, Chief Constable Les Sylven-President of the BC Association of Chiefs of Police

Left to Right: Deputy Chief Constable Warren Lemcke, Deputy Commissioner Craig Callens, Commanding Officer of BC RCMP, Minister Mike Morris-Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General, Sergeant Annie Linteau BC RCMP spokesperson, Chief Constable Les Sylven-President of the BC Association of Chiefs of Police

Public Service Announcement

Chief Constable Les Sylven, President of the BC Association of Chiefs of Police

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BC police departments have declared a province-wide Gun Amnesty throughout the month of October. This Gun Amnesty will provide the public a safe way to dispose of unwanted firearms, ammunition and weapons.

I’m Chief Constable Les Sylven, President of the BC Association of Chiefs of Police. I have personally seen the tragic consequences that firearms can cause. Even properly stored firearms can be stolen in a break and enter and be used to commit a crime.

Help make your home and your community a little bit safer.

Go to BC-Gun Amnesty Dot CA (www.bcgunamnesty.ca) for more information or call your local police to pick up unwanted firearms, weapons and ammunition.

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I’m Chief Constable Les Sylven, President of the BC Association of Chiefs of Police. I have personally seen the tragic consequences that firearms can cause.

Help make your home and your community a little bit safer.

Go to BC-Gun Amnesty Dot CA (www.bcgunamnesty.ca)   for more information or call your local police to pick up unwanted firearms, weapons and ammunition.


Minister Mike Morris, Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General

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Firearms are a constant danger especially unwanted or unregistered weapons.

The Province of British Columbia has declared a province-wide Gun Amnesty throughout the month of October.

I’m Mike Morris, Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General. We know that firearms, weapons and ammunition are often the first thing stolen during a break and enter.
Help make your home and your community a little bit safer.

Go to BC-Gun Amnesty Dot CA (www.bcgunamnesty.ca)   for more information or call your local police to pick up unwanted firearms, weapons and ammunition.


Download audio file - 15 seconds (.mp3, 475 KB)

Transcript

I’m Mike Morris, Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General. We know that firearms, weapons and ammunition are often the first thing stolen during a break and enter.

Help make your home and your community a little bit safer.

Go to BC-Gun Amnesty Dot CA (www.bcgunamnesty.ca)   for more information or call your local police to pick up unwanted firearms, weapons and ammunition.
 

 

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