Gun Free SA urges government to protect police and their families by legislating members to leave service pistols at work when off duty. Gun Free SA’s call follows the shooting to death of 5 people on Wednesday night, when a police constable shot and killed his girlfriend, two of her relatives and a police colleague at Alexandra police station as she tried to open a domestic abuse case against him; the constable was later killed by police.

STATEMENT: Police leaving guns at work would save lives

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