a. You can sometimes anticipate violent situations before they happen. Remember, these events can happen in our own homes, those of friends or neighbours.
b. When these situations seem to be developing, it is good practice to remove all firearms. This is true even when firearms are properly stored. Consider storing the firearms at an alternate location, and if necessary, notify the police of the situation.
c. Consider notifying your Chief Firearms Officer through the concern line at 1-800-731-4000.
d. You would not hesitate to prevent a friend or relative from drinking and driving. Do not hesitate to prevent the misuse of firearms.
e. Your Chief Firearms Officer will determine the continued eligibility of individuals to keep firearms.