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    Give the Police Auditor Your Feedback on the "Buy-Back"

    The Auditor-General is putting together a report on the "Buy-Back," which they will provide to Parliament in February.
    They are looking for comments and feedback, so feel free to let them know your opinion of the gun confiscation program.
    If you click on the link there will be a button on the right marked "Leave Feedback."
    Alternatively, the contact person for the audit is the sector manager for the police, Henry Brougton, who you can reach at henry.broughton@oag.govt.nz..

    Here is the link: https://oag.govt.nz/media/2019/firea...paign=firearms
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    done, will wait to see if they reply or will it be spammed

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    Bit of a waste of time and money having the report due well after the confiscation is over. Negates the likelihood of it being used to modify how it is run which could improve it's success rate.
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    In early 2020, we will report to Parliament on the effectiveness and efficiency of the scheme. So in other words a wast of time and money and a job for someone .
    This will be no help for the average lawful firearms owner as it's only looking at how they can be more efficient at steeling our firearms .
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    They want to know so they can improve the process for the next confiscation post registration

 

 

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