Are we allowed to Open Carry on college grounds? I just found out that Im going to a "cook-out" and it's being held at Centre College for the Great American Brass Band Festival.
Ok, so it is legal to open or conceal carry at Colleges and Universities until someone asks you to leave?
I did not carry because I did not know the legality of it and it was a quick decision to go. I didn't have time to properly research it.
I would have open carried if I had known.
Yes it's legal to carry there, but they can also kick you off campus for having it. If you're a student, they can impose academic sanctions.
Ok, I know this may have been kicked around, and I know that the Michael Mitchell case is all about this... but can ANYTHING be done without actually breaking "U.K.'s" law about leaving your gun in the car. It sounds like even if you leave your gun in the glove box, or any other covered container, that this is against U.K.'s policy.
I've had my weapon in my truck for several years since I cannot carry into my building, but I'm afraid that IF by some chance, someone finds out, that U.K. police will show up and want to search my vehicle. I know they cannot without a warrant, and they may have a hard time getting one, but this is a real issue with me.
Any advice would be helpful.
As with Mitchell, UK is claiming the ability to fire employees who break their ban on firearms. The statutes say the opposite. The Ky. Supreme Court will say who is right. Until then, UK's ban extends to all property "under the control" of the University. That would include property they lease, including buildings and parking lots.