As well as delivering our core function we
are often asked to support other projects
related to SALW.
Arquebus has worked on a number of high-profile research projects. These include the EU funded Project EFFECT
that assessed the scale and nature of gun-enabled crime within the EU and its bordering countries.
Arquebus has also played a significant role in the delivery of Project SAFTE, an EU funded, and Flemish Peace
Institute led project that seeks to understand the characteristics of illicit firearms markets. In doing so, the project is
exploring how terrorists access illicit firearms and how the EU regulatory framework might prevent terrorists from
accessing illicit firearms both now and in the future. The project will produce a series of recommendations for EU
policymakers, member states and third countries to reduce and prevent terrorist access to illicit firearms markets.
Arquebus has delivered the country assessments for the United Kingdom, Romania and Croatia.
Our proven track record of supporting research-based projects demonstrates our ability to handle complex projects
in isolation, or in support of partners. If you are looking to develop or deliver a research-based project or programme
within the SALW area then please do not hesitate to get in touch to see how we can assist you.
The final Project EFFECT recommendations and report can be found here.
Due to our unique skills within the SALW forensics, intelligence and investigative areas Arquebus works to support television and film companies to create and produce dramas and documentaries where firearms feature within the story line.
Arquebus is proud to have supported Sugar Films in their delivery of Little Blue Boy, a four-part drama series recounting the tragic murder of a Liverpool schoolboy in 2007. Little Blue Boy was awarded the TV Choice Award for Best New Drama in 2017.
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