BSIS Firearms Training Manual - October 2001 Edition

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 Firearm Training Manual  39

(b) No uniformed employee of a licensee shall carry or use any firearm unless the employee has in his or her possession a valid firearm qualification card.

7583.3 B&P Code. Security guards; prohibited acts

No person required to be registered as a security guard pursuant to this chapter shall do any of the following:

(a) Fail to carry on his or her person, while on duty, a valid and current security guard registration card or an unexpired temporary registration card issued pursuant to Section 7583.11.

(b) Fail to carry on his or her person a valid and current firearms permit when carrying a firearm on duty.

(c) Carry or use a firearm unless he or she possesses a valid and current firearms permit issued pursuant to this chapter.

(d) Fail to report to his or her employer within 24 hours of the incident the circumstances surrounding any incident involving the discharge of any firearm in which he or she is involved while acting within the course and scope of his or her employment.

7583.4 B&P Code. Incidents involving discharge of firearm in course of employment; report.

Any person registered as a security guard or patrol person shall deliver to the director a written report describing fully the circumstances surrounding any incident involving the discharge of any firearm in which he or she was involved while acting within the course and scope of his or her employment, within seven days after the incident. The report shall be made on a form prescribed by the director which shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

(a) The name, address, and date of birth of the guard or patrol person.

(b) The registration number of the guard or patrol person.

(c) The firearm permit number and baton permit number of the guard or patrol person, if applicable.

(d) The name of the employer of the person.

(e) The description of any injuries and damages that occurred.

(f) The identity of all participants in the incident.

 

 

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