UNLIREC helps Peru safely store small arms used by private security companies

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The UNLIREC Direcor (left) inspects handguns stored at the SUCAMEC facility


“This renovated depot keeps arms and ammunition for civilian use in temporary custody, particularly those belonging to private security companies. A total of 16 clauses of the International Small Arms Control Standards (ISACS) and 12 clauses of the International Ammunition Technical Guidelines (IATGs) were incorporated into the redesign and remodelling of the depot, thus allowing for improvements in the physical security, access control, and storage, registration and record-keeping management of the arms and ammunition. […]

“The SUCAMEC’s arms depot is now in compliance with high-security international standards and good practices to ensure proper management of arms depots. The renovated arms depot will serve as a model for other  SUCAMEC offices and private security companies nationwide, among other state agencies.”  

VIEW PRESENTATION — Strengthening Oversight and Building Capacities for Small Arms Control and Nonproliferation in the Private Security Sector

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Model Stockpile Facility