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    CCW Holders Forum - Sept 30, 2010

    EVENT: CARRY CONCEALEDWEAPON PERMIT HOLDERS FORUM

    DATE/TIME: September 30, 2010, Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

    LOCATION Nevada Legislative Building Room 1214
    401 S. Carson Street, Carson City NV

    Teleconference locations:

    Grant Sawyer Building – Legislative Counsel Bureau Room 4412
    555 E. Washington Ave, Las Vegas Nevada

    Great Basin College – Auditorium
    1500 College Parkway, Elko NV

    The Nevada Sheriffs’ and Chiefs’ Association will be hosting the annual Nevada
    Carry Concealed Weapon (CCW) Permit Holders Forum. The forum is intended to
    allow public input regarding the administration of the CCW permitting process
    which is the responsibility of the county Sheriffs. The moderating panel will consist
    of Douglas County Undersheriff Paul Howell, the Association’s CCW Committee
    Chairman, Julie Butler the Division of Records and Technology Nevada
    Department of Public Safety, and Frank Adams, Executive Director of the Nevada
    Sheriffs’ and Chiefs’ Association.

    The forum will be held on September 30, 2010, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. It will
    be held at the Nevada Legislature Building 401 S. Carson Street, Carson City NV, in
    room1214 and it will be teleconferenced to the Grant Sawyer Building 555 E.
    Washington Blvd. Las Vegas NV, room 4412 and the Great Basin College 1500
    College Parkway Elko NV. The meeting will also be broadcast on the Nevada
    Legislature’s website at www.leg.state.nv.us. For those that can’t attend the
    meeting, questions can be submitted before hand via email to fadams@nvsca.com or
    mailed to the Nevada Sheriffs’ and Chiefs’ Association P.O. Box 3247 Mesquite NV
    89024.

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    This is an important event - and your chance to ask questions and air opinions.

    Last year I think there were approx 300 people attending in Carson City - the room was packed!

    A smaller group assembled in Vegas for the video teleconference. I hope more Vegas folks will participate this year.

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    Thanks for the tip!!! I will definatley be watching.

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    can you carry there?

    can you actually ccw/open carry at this event?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrsjhnsn View Post
    can you actually ccw/open carry at this event?
    No, they have a no weapons policy there. Only approved LE types are allowed to carry there.

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    Nevermind their silly policies. Is it a 202.367 concealed prohibited public building? Are there any state laws that would prevent open carry?

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    Its the Grant Sawyer building, so any 202.3673 posting would be enforceable by law. No law prevents Open Carry, but I saw a post for last year's CCW meeting posted on another forum by one of the guards at the building and they were very concerned about OC and the scene that would be caused kicking out OC'ers.

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    A couple of inaccuracies in the Sun article:

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    Frank Adams, lobbyist for the Sheriffs and Chiefs, said the organization intended to sponsor a bill in the Legislature to close those records.

    The NSCA can no longer "sponsor" bills - but they can support bills brought forward by legislators.

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    Howell said there were 97,000 concealed weapons permits statewide and only a few of those holders ever get in trouble.

    I am quite confident the figure mentioned was 47,000.

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