The authorities in California are trying to introduce a state law that allows officials to capture firearms from people with previous criminal convictions or mental health problems – interfering in staffing and budget issues that have contributed to the massive lag behind the tools for confiscation. 19659002] The law, which was adopted in 2013 after the firing at Connecticut's Sandy Hook Elementary School and allocated $ 24 million for sequestration programs, aimed at confiscating about 20,000 pistols for three years. But six years later, according to a report by the San Francisco Chronicle, there are still about 9,000 of these guns there, and more annually added to the list.
Although the new governor of the state of Gavin News has made control of the weapon. the priority of his new administration and offered a multi-million dollar increase to hire more agents, the program is reported to have suffered from the problems of retention and lack of experience among new agents.
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Chronicle. "It just does not go, and work is never done."
When the law was first introduced in 201
According to Hawaiian Becker, the California Public Prosecutor's Office, seven positions opened last year were left blank, and last year agents signed contracts that would guarantee they would remain in force for at least two years.
"We get people straight from college, with the minimum experience of law enforcement, and we have to train them for a year," – Alfredo Cardwood, president of this reported the Chronicle. "After we train them, they miss out and work for local YES"
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New employees range from $ 50,844 to $ 66,852, and the last one the report The California Department of Human Resources found that government agents are about 19 percent less than their local counterparts.