The only thing i see wrong with it is that its limited to cops. Everyone should be allowed to. (adults that is)
Agreed!!It's a step in the right directions at least. But I agree with TA. If you're licensed to carry you should be able to.
That would work for me!This is how we will keep the BGs out of the schools. I also believe that anyone who is licensed to carry should. If my local schools allowed it I would volunteer to patrol the grounds as often as I could.
Active off-duty and retired police officers, at least in Texas, can carry their weapons ANYWHERE just as if they are still active. That includes schools. Federal law signed by then President Bush (2004), at least for the time being, allows active or retired police officers to carry weapons into any state. Now, don't misunderstand, there is much temperment with that. I am retired from a Texas municipality. I traveled to Utah to visit my son, who is in the Air Force, and was being transferred to Korea. While in Utah, I needed to go into a courthouse and when I talked with the deputies monitoring the metal detector they asked if I was carrying (gun was in the car). We must abide by the local jurisdiction regarding certain locations especially government buildings.I DONT SEE ANYTHING WRONG WITH IT...
Stow-Munroe Falls schools allow off-duty and retired officers to carry concealed guns at events