Security guard weapons under review after NSW stabbings

By Sam McKeith
Updated April 15 2024 - 4:55pm, first published 4:49pm
The death of Faraz Tahir has started a debate in NSW about what weapons security guards can carry. (HANDOUT/AHMADIYYA MUSLIM COMMUNITY AUSTRALIA)
The death of Faraz Tahir has started a debate in NSW about what weapons security guards can carry. (HANDOUT/AHMADIYYA MUSLIM COMMUNITY AUSTRALIA)

Weapon restrictions for security guards in NSW will be reviewed after a deadly mass stabbing at a Sydney shopping centre, although the government has already ruled out access to firearms.

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