Many out of State Retired LEO’s traveling to different states have experienced the aggravation of entering a private business that prohibits concealed firearms.There is no provision for retired LEOs in these laws to carry in previously un-restricted areas.
Not really sure what you mean here? If you are retired POLICE, not retired police with only a permit you are good ( exempt ) under the new, NYS law.There is no provision for retired LEOs in these laws to carry in previously un-restricted areas.
From an email sent out:Update: New York State will now allow off-duty police officers to carry weapons at the Fair. Click here for more details. NEW YORK STATE FAIRGROUNDS (WSYR-TV) — Off-duty police officers will …www.localsyr.com
No Off-Duty Carry at New York State Fair
|The State Fair will be using a new high tech weapon detection system at all gates this year. With that being said, privates citizens will not be allowed to carry on the Fairgrounds even if they have a valid pistol permit license. Police officers that are “On-duty” will be permitted to carry, however, the State Dept of Ag and Markets has elected to NOT allow “Off-duty” police and peace officers to carry department or personally owned firearms on the property.|
LE officers attending the Law Enforcement Day Ceremonies on Monday Aug 29th in an “On-duty” capacity will be permitted.
This is not a State Police policy, however, we will we be getting called to the gates whenever a firearm is detected.
Thank you for sharing as I wanted everyone to know beforehand.
You are correct sir. Page 18 of the "Holiday Bill" paragragh 3 : This section (sensitive locations) shall not apply to:Not really sure what you mean here? If you are retired POLICE, not retired police with only a permit you are good ( exempt ) under the new, NYS law.
If you’re a retired Peace Officer with just a permit, then yes, you were left off. However, if you are either a police or peace officer and are LEOSA QUALIFIED, then I do believe you are covered (exempt) for “sensitive” locations.
I’m not an attorney, nor do I play one on TV, I’ve read the statue several times and used to teach LEOSA for my agency.