BSIS Firearms Training Manual - October 2001 Edition

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(b) Use a firearm in violation of the law, or in knowing violation of the standards for the carrying and usage of firearms as taught in the course of training in the carrying and use of firearms. Such unlawful or prohibited uses of firearms shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

(1) Illegally using, carrying, or possessing a dangerous weapon.

(2) Brandishing a weapon.

(3) Drawing a weapon without proper cause.

(4) Provoking a shooting incident without cause.

*** Instructor Explanation

Violations of Business and Professions Code Section 7583.37 may result in disciplinary action, such as fines up to $500. (Business and Professions Code Section 7587.10)

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

Administrative Regulations of the Bureau of Security and Investigative Services

Title 16, CCR 633 - Bi-Annual Renewal of Firearms or Simulated Firearms

(a) A firearms qualification card expires two year from the date of issuance, if not


renewed. A person may renew a firearms qualification card by filing an application within 60 days prior to the card's expiration.

(b) An applicant shall complete and pass the range qualification course of fire


requirements by firing 50 rounds for score on two separate occasions, but no sooner than four months apart, within each year prior to the card's expiration.

(f) An applicant shall complete and pass a review training course on the laws and


standards regarding use of deadly force and on avoidance of deadly force as provided in this section. Two hours of the review course shall be completed prior to completing a range qualification course of fire. The training regarding use of deadly force and the avoidance of deadly force may be administered by a Private Patrol Operator or a person designated by the licensee to administer the Powers to Arrest training. The training can also be conducted by a licensed Firearm Training Facility.



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