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Gangs Guns Governance Trinidad & Tobago 2009

Gangs Guns Governance Trinidad & Tobago 2009

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It is possible to obtain a firearm legally, but this is a lengthy process, and not many applications succeed....... The rise in the availability of guns, therefore, does not seem to have come about via the legal route.
It is possible to obtain a firearm legally, but this is a lengthy process, and not many applications succeed....... The rise in the availability of guns, therefore, does not seem to have come about via the legal route.

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Published by: Chris Walker on Oct 20, 2010
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No Other Life
Gangs, Guns, and Governancein Trinidad and Tobago
By Dorn Townsend
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A Working Paper o the Small Arms Survey
 
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Published in Switzerland by the Small Arms Survey© Small Arms Survey, Graduate Institute o International and DevelopmentStudies, Geneva
2009
First published in December
2009
All rights reserved. No part o this publication may be reproduced, stored ina retrieval system, or transmitted, in any orm or by any means, without theprior permission in writing o the Small Arms Survey, or as expressly permitted by law, or under terms agreed with the appropriate reprographics rights organi-zation. Enquiries concerning reproduction outside the scope o the above should be sent to the Publications Manager, Small Arms Survey, at the address below.Small Arms SurveyGraduate Institute o International and Development Studies
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The Small Arms Survey 
The Small Arms Survey is an independent research project located at theGraduate Institute o International and Development Studies in Geneva, Swit-zerland. Established in
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