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LAPD Buys Back Military Rocket Launcher From Public

May 15, 2012
A military rocket launcher without the rocket was among the 1,673 firearms accepted by the Los Angeles Police Department for destruction over the weekend.

PoliceTrades.com Records 3,000th Bid for LE Weapons

July 22, 2011
PoliceTrades.com has provided 3,000 bids for 500,000 firearms valued at more than $125 million, according to the company.

NYPD, Clergy Purchase Guns In Brooklyn

December 14, 2010
The NYPD partnered with Brooklyn clergy to purchase 174 firearms in a six-hour period during its Cash for Guns event. During the Sunday event, the Coalition to Reduce Violent Crime handed out $200 gift cards to purchase the firearms.

Confiscated Guns Crushed for Art

November 29, 2010

Los Angeles law enforcement officials including Los Angeles County Sheriff Leroy Baca and LAPD Chief Charlie Beck attended an event marking the crushing of 3,469 pounds of weapons mostly used in crimes. Pieces of the weapons will be incorporated into a "peace angel" sculpture at the Boyle Heights Tech Center. Photos courtesy of the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department.

Shredded LAPD Guns To Be Used for Angel Sculpture

November 16, 2010
The move shows that "we take a stand against gun violence," LAPD Chief Charlie Beck told Southern California Public Radio.

PoliceTrades.com Offers Agencies Firearm Disposal Option

October 7, 2010
PoliceTrades.com provides public safety agencies with a variety of trade services and disposal options for unneeded firearms and ammunition. Payment amounts range from $5 to $3,000, depending on the firearm make, model, caliber, action type, and overall condition.
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