Gun Buyback Program
Los Angeles officials announced Monday that the city’s weekend gun-buyback event resulted in the surrender of more than 1,000 guns.
A gun buyback event held Wednesday was so popular that LAPD officials ran out of the gift cards they were using as an incentive.
The city of L.A.’s annual gun buyback event will take place Wednesday in Downtown L.A. and Van Nuys, moved up several months in response to the school shooting in Newtown, Conn.
Venture into the LAPD’s gun locker and you’ll find hand guns, assault rifles and machine guns. Chief Charlie Beck gave KCAL9 News a rare look inside the gun locker and showed the bizarre weapons officers have seized on the streets of L.A.
The city took control of more than 2,000 firearms during its annual gun buy-back program over the weekend.
Don’t miss the Eye on Our Community special Sunday, May 1, at 6:30 p.m. with Laura Diaz as she looks at the Gun Buyback program and the organizations working to stop gun violence in Los Angeles.
The City of Los Angeles is asking for residents to turn in their firearms with no questions asked.
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