BSIS Firearms Training Manual - October 2001 Edition

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Only active duty peace officers who work off-duty as a security guard may carry a concealed baton and are exempt from possessing a baton permit.

3. BUREAU STATUTES AND REGULATIONS (California Code of Regulations)

Administrative Regulations of the Bureau of Security and Investigative Services

REQUIREMENTS FOR CARRYING A FIREARM -- GENERAL

Title 16, CCR 631 - Requirement for Carrying or Use of Firearms or Simulated Firearms.

(a) A registered employee shall not carry, use or possess a loaded or unloaded firearm in the performance of his duty, whether or not it is serviceable or operative, unless he has in his possession a firearms qualification card issued to him by the chief. Such card must be shown to any peace officer or bureau representative upon demand.

(b) A registered employee may not carry any replica or other simulated firearm.

Title 16, CCR 631.1 - Allowing the Carrying or Use of a Firearm.

(a) A private patrol or alarm company operator shall not allow an employee to carry or use a loaded or unloaded firearm, whether or not it is serviceable or operative, unless such employee possesses a firearms qualification card.

(b) A private patrol or alarm company operator may not allow an employee to carry any replica or other simulated firearm.

WHO MAY OBTAIN A FIREARM PERMIT

Title 16, CCR 632 - Firearms Qualification Card.

(a) The bureau shall issue a firearms qualification card to an applicant where all the following conditions exist:

(1) The applicant is a licensed private investigator, alarm company qualified manager, private patrol operator who has passed the private patrol operators examination, or registered employee of such a licensee or is employed or compensated by a lawful business or public agency as a security guard or patrol person;

The applicant has filed with the bureau a completed application for a firearms qualification card on a form prescribed by the bureau, dated and signed by the applicant under penalty of perjury that the information in the application is true and correct;

 

 

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