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Member input sought for RSPCA submission

Member input sought for RSPCA submission

SSAA Victoria has invited members to participate in preparing a submission for the parliamentary inquiry into RSPCA Victoria’s funding and use of powers. The inquiry will consider the appropriateness of the RSPCA’s powers under the…

Transport and storage on the agenda

Transport and storage on the agenda

SSAA Victoria is on a committee advising the Minister for Police on firearm storage and transport matters. Throughout the next several months, the committee – comprising the Association and its industry partners – will provide…

Members raise NFA concerns

Members raise NFA concerns

Following the recent release of the 2017 National Firearms Agreement, dozens of SSAA Victoria members have passed their feedback on to the State Office. Many of the issues raised surrounded genuine reasons, cooling-off periods for…

Mandatory sentencing rejected

Mandatory sentencing rejected

The Federal Government this month again failed to introduce mandatory sentencing for firearm traffickers. The proposed changes to the Criminal Code Amendment (Firearm Trafficking) Bill would apply to trafficking 50 or more firearms or firearms parts…

New National Firearms Agreement released

New National Firearms Agreement released

The new National Firearms Agreement, developed by the Council of Australian Governments, was released by stealth over the weekend. The document is available on the Attorney-General’s Department website. SSAA Victoria encourages members to read through the…