BSIS Firearms Training Manual - October 2001 Edition

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 Firearm Training Manual  16

  1. The range score,
  2. The date of classroom instruction,
  3. The date of range qualification,
  4. The make and caliber of the qualifying firearm,
  5. The instructor's name,
  6. Information recording the passing or failure of the firearm training course.

 

If a student fails to qualify, whether in the classroom or on the range, the score(s) must be recorded on the date(s) qualification was attempted. Rosters must be retained for a period of two years (Business and Professions Code Section 7585.7).

Complete the reverse side of the Application for Firearm Permit, under the section entitled "Certificate of Firearms Range Qualification," using black ink. The instructor's original, legible signature must appear on the instructor signature line.

5. Course admission and discussion (Instructor Discussion)

B. Laws and regulations for issuing a firearms qualification card.

(General Information)

Penal Code (PC) Section 832 training is not accepted by the Bureau of Security and Investigative Services (bureau) and cannot be used as a substitute course of training.

Penal Code Section 832 (PC 832) training is intended for and required of California peace officers. Security guards are NOT peace officers as defined by the Penal Code. Security guards are subject to the Business and Professions Code, specifically, Division 3, Business and Professions Code Chapter 11.5, Private Security Services Act. The primary role of the security guard is to Observe and Report. Therefore,

because peace officer training is not appropriate for security guards, the Bureau does not recommend nor accept the training for security guards.

 

Instructors are to inform students that although they have paid the firearm course fees, successful completion of the course is not guaranteed. Students must establish to the instructor's satisfaction that they are proficient in the handling of the weapon and in meeting course requirements.

FELONS, PROHIBITED MISDEMEANORS AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROHIBITIONS

Instructors are to specifically inform each student that a firearm permit shall not be issued by the Bureau to a person who has been convicted of a felony or a misdemeanor that prohibits the person from carrying or possessing a firearm.

 

 

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