More than 290 millions guns are in circulations in the US today. About 15 children die to gun violence every day in US. According to the Brady Center for Preventive Gun Violence: 92% of gun owners support Background check on all gun sales. Could reach 100%...
Our Vision is to launch a strategic campaign by running a program that will remove old guns off the streets. We will offer up to $500.00 ($50.00 - $100.00 gift cards for a non-working rifle, and $300.00 - $500.00 cash cards for working pistols).
This is also known as buyback program or exchange an old gun for cash, no questions to ask...
At Scan Print Technology, we are offering through Operation Trade In, a program service to reduce the availability of guns on the streets.
In Order to meet our $1,000,000.00 (U.S) Goal for Phase 1 of our campaign as described above, please click on the secured PayPal link above to donate any amount as low as $25.00 (U.S) for this noble cause.
We value and appreciate your contributions at any level.
What is the issue or opportunity we want to address, and who is the community (described as people or places) we anticipate working with during this program?
"Programs like the gun buyback have real, quantifiable results," Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said. "Since this program started in 2008, it has been responsible for taking over 6,000 guns off the street of the five boroughs. Our hope is that [the] gun buyback in the Bronx builds on this success and results in even more guns off the street, and more innocent lives saved." (Source: WABC-TV New York, NY).
"Our first gun buyback program in Manhattan was a tremendous success," Manhattan District Attorney Robert M. Morgenthau said. "I am thankful to the ministers who opened their churches to get illegal guns off the city streets."
(Source: NYPD Press Release | No. 2008-049)
State Senator Bill Perkins said in a statement that the buyback is one of the most cost-effective government programs because it curtails surgery and hospital costs, reduces missed workdays and curbs insurance payouts.
(Source: Bloomberg News by Tiffany Kary on October 20, 2011).
During a similar effort in 2007, more than 6,700 guns were turned in, Fox Chicago reports, setting a national record.
In the last 6 years, Gun Turn-Ins across the city of Chicago have recovered over 23,000 guns, according to the city.
Also, this campaign will allow Scan Print Technology, the Manufacturer of the new smart gun, to recycle some of those old guns and introduce its Biometric Smart Gun on the market while solving a major problem...
The City of Chicago being labeled as "The Murder City", so far this year, there have been 302 murders, a 30 percent increase from 2011. In the spring, the number of murders was 66 percent higher than the previous year.
"Chicago and Toronto are the same size, but Toronto has a fraction of the murders. Some factors to consider are: poverty, gang activity, segregation, differing social safety nets --and the availability of guns."