After failure of the administration to heap up missing guns, faulty evidence, putting life of children at risk and broken computer systems, Victoria Police has expressed regret again.
This has come into the notice of the authorities for the first time in 20 years that 200 weapons are missing and senior police officials are insisting on finding out as to what went wrong, which lead to such errors.
Deputy Commissioner Kieran Walshe said on Tuesday that being honest about the issue, the track record is very poor.
According to Mr. Walshe, total 186 unaccounted weapons have not been located, including three revolvers, one long-arm and others used for ballistics testing and training purpose.
He said that the problem might be linked to the errors in paper works, as list of weapons which are of no use or are destroyed, were not eliminated from the main list.
"There hasn't been the diligence that needed to be undertaken", he said of the force's record-keeping.
However, questions are being put forward to Premier John Brumby by the opposition party about the handling of police administration by the Government.
After it was discovered by the Sex Offenders Registry that 700 children had been placed at risk, the police repeatedly apologized last week.