Pace wrote:I'm not sure about LEOSA, but the "offduty officer" quote is pure crap. ARS makes no distinction ANYWHERE between offduty and on duty peace officers.From another thread, perhaps interesting regarding no-firearms signs. According to DPS, the no firearm signs prohibit officers under LEOSA. I made a call to DPS, and they told me that the no-firearm signs in AZ prohibit any firearms "including offduty police officers." In theory, an off-duty police officer could be arrested in violation of the law.
This is great ammo now -- which I already figured existed. The no-firearms sign basically makes it illegal not only for citizens but offduty or retired police officers to enter.
Something to think about and perhaps write,
I would hazard a guess that, as far as LEOSA is concerned, they are right. It is basically a glorified CWP. They are no longer peace officers, so they are not under the peace officer umbrella of the ARS wording.