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Alistair Gee and Philip Alpers with ArmsTracker

30-Plus Security Agencies Now Have ArmsTracker

Alistair Gee and Philip Alpers with ArmsTracker The leading solution for weapon and ammunition management (WAM) in low-capacity settings, ArmsTracker is installed or under evaluation with more than 30 military, law enforcement and other state agencies responsible for small arms, light weapons, ammunition and explosives. ArmsTracker can be installed and maintained at no cost in […]

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ArmsTracker Features in Aus Media

As their flight made slow circles over foggy Canberra one winter morning in 2012, Alistair Gee and Philip Alpers came up with an idea. The 30-something lawyer and the 60-something academic were both deeply concerned about gun violence and were heading to the nation’s capital for talks on an international

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RCAF-CAVR 10000th Weapon Destroyed

ArmsTracker Records Cambodia Weapon Destruction

ArmsTracker is being used by the Golden West Humanitarian Foundation in its US-funded project to record the destruction of surplus weapons for the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces (RCAF). To date more than 10,000 weapons have been destroyed, with a target of 30,000.  ArmsTracker is now available with all text and help tips displayed

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An armourer issues a duty weapon

ArmsTracker Tackles Global Priority

Despite decades of lip service and inadequate solutions, the mundane chore of arms and ammunition ‘record-keeping’ has long remained a pressing need in communities most at risk of armed violence. Now a comprehensive solution, rolled out initially in the Pacific and West Africa, offers to break the logjam.

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