Ministry of justice announces measures to improve school safety, to enforce gun laws

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The Ministry of justice has announced a series of actions, the officials say, support of the President of the Trump plan for the prevention of violence in schools, better gun laws, support law enforcement, and the strengthening of the current firearms background-check system enforce

“No child should be afraid to go to school or to be published walk the streets of their neighborhood,” Attorney General Jeff Sessions, said in a statement Monday. “Today I’m to take the management of the Department of Justice, a number of new steps, which the schools, and the American people safe from the threat of gun violence.”

Among which, the steps, meetings, call on relevant Federal agencies to review, within 45 days, you are in full compliance, or do you have a plan to be fully compliant with the existing law agencies to report relevant records to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System or “NICS.”

The FBI, under the NICS database, which came under scrutiny last fall, when former US Air Force airman Devin Kelley opened fire on the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, and 26 people killed. To reports, it was later revealed that the air force had failed, Kelley the story of domestic assault in the database., Information that would have prevented him from purchasing a gun.

The DOJ is to identify the direction of the FBI, local jurisdictions, non-reporting arrests state repositories, as well as the jurisdictions that do not identify all of your records to those that would be prohibited, the possession of firearms for mental health.

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Sessions is also cases, state-appointed lawyers to “quickly and aggressively” pursue “lie-and-Try”. This term refers to people who are prohibited, possession of firearms — and the Federal system in the background to lie about this fact in order to deceive.

The DOJ also Saturday reiterated his announcement on the bump-to-share. “The Department of Justice is the support of President trump, the absolute obligation to guarantee the security of every American is to clarify that the submission of the Office of Management and Budget a proposal for a regulation of the bump bearing-type devices are machine guns under Federal law, effectively banning the manufacture, sale or possession of these devices.”

The Department will also help state and local authorities, rent officers and more school resource. The COPS hiring program, a Federal grant will help local communities put more police officers and prioritize those who intend to use the grants for school resource officers.

Jake Gibson is a producer working at Fox News Washington bureau, who issues the policy, law enforcement and intelligence.

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