This webinar will assist Law Enforcement in identifying, evidentiary procedures, law classifications, NIBIN, and firearm tracing when they encounter unfinished firearm receivers and Privately Made Firearms aka Ghost guns.
- “The whole webinar was very valuable. As a Probation Officer, we search probationer’s houses all the time and we come across guns all the time. This was very helpful to know if the gun PMF.” — Christopher
- “Great topic, very informative. Relatively new to PMF guns so I personally learned a lot.” — Katelyn
- “The most valuable thing I learned from this webinar was to document PMFs on ATF Etraces and on NIBIN entries to assist with firearm studies. This was a very informational and educational webinar, thank you so much!” — MALLORY
- “Appreciated the speaker’s knowledge on this subject. I liked the breakdown of the 80% kits parts and the issue of how these ghost guns are entered into database systems.” — Vanessa
- “PMFs are an emerging trend/threat in my community. These webinars help me to appreciate what is being experienced/observed in other communities.” — Mark
- “This webinar did a lot for me as a Probation Officer. 1 it reinforced the reason that I always wear my vest when I go out for home visits. It also gave me some knowledge on PMF’s and what to look for, what people can do to make weapons that are not easily detectable, and to get around the laws. Thank you so much for this training.” — Melissa
- “VERY knowledgeable presenter. An expert in his field. These PMF / Ghost guns are too easily accessible. Gun control laws and import regulations MUST include all polymer parts and kits as well. Thank you for getting the word out. ALL officers need to be informed about these!” — Roseann
- “Steve Barborini is a master of the subject, and his presentation included numerous examples of real-world applications.” — John
A Partner Webinar is a sponsored webinar with an organization that provides products or services to the criminal justice industry.
This webinar is sponsored by Ultra Electronics Forensic Technology. Ultra Electronics Forensic Technology is a leader in forensic analysis providing innovative and effective solutions like its unique technology: the Integrated Ballistics Identification System (IBIS®). IBIS is designed to find the “needle in the haystack” by discovering matches between pairs of spent bullets and cartridge cases at speeds well beyond human capacity. Forensic Technology helps experts obtain timely information so they can make society a safer place. By registering for this event you hereby authorize the Justice Clearinghouse to share your registration information with our sponsor organization.