Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act LEOSA
THIS INFORMATION SHOULD NOT BE CONSTRUED AS LEGAL ADVICE. YOU SHOULD STRONGLY CONSIDER THE BENEFITS OF CONSULTING WITH A TRAINED LEGAL PROFESSIONAL
Law enforcement officers must protect themselves and their families with their federal right to concealed carry codified into federal law by Presidents Bush and Obama. LEOSA also known commonly as HR 218 has been ignored in too many jurisdictions but caselaw has defended it, namely a Federal Court of Appeals decision in Duberry v. DC. We’ll be presenting information on this development and more in an upcoming November 2017 seminar
National Concealed Carry
OFF-DUTY FIREARMS CARRY FOR QUALIFIED/RETIRED LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS
This four hour seminar will discuss and explore the numerous decisions, federal guidance, and history of the Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act of 2003 and its 2010 and 2013 amendments (commonly known as “H.R. 218” or “LEOSA”) to help agencies, officers, retired officers, and civilian government officials better understand:
- Who can carry firearms nationwide?
- What firearms, ammunition, and magazines can be carried?
- When can qualified LEOs and qualified retired LEOs carry?
- Where concealed firearms can be legally be carried?
- Why can qualified LEOs and qualified retired LEOs carry?
- Whether your agency has any potential civil liability?
Who should attend:
- Police Executives, Directors, Police Chiefs & Supervisors
- Firearms Instructors
- LEOs who travel outside their jurisdiction
- Retiring & Retired LEOs
Come find out how to protect or establish your right to concealed carry as a qualified LEO or as a qualified retired LEO.
Rockland County Police Academy
35 Firemen’s Memorial Drive
Pomona, NY 10970
Date: Nov. 4, 2017 In advance via Internet $65.00
10:00 am to 3:00 pm At the door $80.00
35 miles north of Newark, NJ (Seminar Materials Included)
Thomas Roughneen, Esq.
Thomas Roughneen is:
- A firearms attorney,
- former Assistant Prosecutor,
- Veteran Army JAG
- National Guard Lieutenant Colonel, and a combat veteran.
He has as advised and defended LEOs against criminal charges involving HR 218.
DISCLAIMER: The views expressed in this seminar are those of the presenter and do not reflect the official policy or position of the NJ Army National Guard, U.S.
Army, Department of Defense or the U.S. Government.
Visit our website to get on our contact list: http://hr218leosa.com/?page=contact
Can’t attend? You can order our seminar