National Firearms Surrender – 20 Jul to 4 Aug 2019 – Surrender firearms anonymously and without facing prosecution at point of surrender

Call the Police on 101 to arrange collection or to receive advice on how to safely transport any firearms to hand in at the police station.

Call the Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 if you have information on gun crime.

View the video produced by NABIS below.

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NABIS gun poster 2019

NABIS information sheet 2019

Firearms Surrender – 13 to 26 Nov 2017 – Surrender firearms anonymously and without facing prosecution at point of surrender

Call the Police on 101 to arrange collection or to receive advice on how to safely transport any firearms to hand in at local police station.

Call the Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 if you have information on gun crime.

View the promotional video produced by NABIS below.

What is the difference between an amnesty and a surrender?

British police launch a two-week ‘weapons surrender’, giving people an opportunity to hand in any undeclared firearms without fear of prosecution – unless they are found to be connected to a crime.