INDECOM is renewing its call for a system of accountability for illegal guns seized by the police.
Last week INDECOM said investigations have revealed more instances of firearms being planted at scenes of alleged shootouts involving the police.
"The problem that still remains is guns recovered from criminals in the first instance. How are they controlled to ensure that they do not leak from the system? Nowhere near the level of satisfaction," INDECOM Commissioner Terrence Williams asserted, adding that the instances already revealed could be just "the tip of the iceberg".
Mr. Williams, who was speaking on RJR's call-in programme, Hotline, on Thursday morning, said a clear system of monitoring is needed.