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First nationwide ballistics matching system launches in July

by Sam Murphy •
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A component of the previous Labor government’s 2013-14 Budget measures to address organised crime and gang violence in the community will go live

as of July 2014. Crimtrac was allocated $9.1 million over four years (including $4.5 million in capital funding in 2013‑14) for the establishment of an Australian Ballistics...

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