Wednesday, 12 December 2018 08:44

Get a gun removed from someone who is dangerous Featured

If someone you know has a gun and you think that they (or the gun) are dangerous, you can ask the police to remove the gun. 

The police can use the Firearms Control Act (and sometimes the Domestic Violence Act) to remove the gun. See the downloads below for more information.

How to get a gun removed from your home

How to get a protection order

DOWNLOADS

Latest News

2 December 2019: Gun Free South Africa and Sonke Gender Justice have partnered on a campaign to encourage parents and caregivers, friends and family to support a toy gun free festive season. The

...

28 November 2019: Gun Free SA welcomes yesterday’s declaration by the Minister of Police that a six month national firearms

...

25 November 2019: As South Africa marks the start of the 16 Days of

...

Contribute to a safer SA

GFSA depends on grant-funding and donations; we do not receive any money from the South African government. Your donation will contribute to a safer and more peaceful South Africa.

About Us

Gun Free South Africa (GFSA) aims to make a material contribution to the safety and security of South Africa by reducing gun-related violence.

Twitter Feed

Gun Free SAGun Free SA
Copyright © 2019 Gun Free South Africa. All rights reserved.