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Firearm thefts largely static

Firearm thefts largely static

Firearm thefts in Victoria have remained largely static for the past five years. Data obtained by SSAA Victoria last month shows a variation of 57 between the most thefts for one year, and the least.

Between April 2016 to March 2017, 760 firearms were reportedly stolen from Victorian households. It was down 53 on the previous year. The reduction in firearm thefts is, of course, pleasing to SSAA Victoria, which runs an education campaign on the safe storage of firearms.

The data obtained from Crime Statistics Agency suggested that 20 handguns – 15 “pistols” and five “revolvers” – were stolen between April 2016 to March 2017, along with 325 rifles and 220 shotguns.

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However, SSAA Victoria is concerned with the validity of the data, considering the type of firearm stolen was not recorded in 145 theft cases. Another two of the stolen firearms were only referred to as “guns”. It means 19 per cent of the firearms stolen were not identified.

SSAA Victoria is investigating the issue with data collection. When its investigation is complete, the Association will contact the relevant organisations to offer assistance in improving the methods of data collection and extrapolation. It will report back to members.