Seminars/Webinars: H.R. 218: LEOSA
The topics to be discussed are as follows:
Lesson 1: History of the Gun Control Act
Lesson 2: History of LEOSA 2004, 2010, and 2012 and Congressional Intent
Lesson 3: LEOs & Retired LEOs: Who’s Covered
Lesson 4: When Can Qualified LEOs and Qualified Retired LEOs Carry?
Lesson 5: What Firearms & Ammo Can Be Carried
Lesson 6: Where Can Qualified LEOs and Qualified Retired LEOs Carry
Lesson 7: For What Reasons May Firearms Be Carried Under LEOSA?
Lesson 8: How Must Firearms Be Carried?
Lesson 9: Agency Concerns & Restrictions
Lesson 10: Individual Liability & Concerns
There will be ample time for questions during the course.
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Description: This four hour seminar is a MUST for all current and retired LEOs and explores the 45 plus court decisions which impact the rights and responsibilities of qualified current and retired LEOs under the Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act of 2004 (commonly known as "H.R. 218" or "LEOSA") as amended by the Improvements Act of 2010 and 2013. Attendees will reduce their off-duty risk of being arrested and their on-duty risk for civil liability by learning who can carry, what firearms can be carried, when firearms can be carried, where they can and cannot be carried, why they may be carried, and how firearms must be carried under LEOSA.
Thus far, this seminar has been taught to current and/or retired LEOs from federal agencies (U.S. Secret Service, FBI, U.S. Customs & Border Protection, U.S. Coast Guard, etc...); bi-state agencies (Port Authority of NY/NJ OIG and Waterfront Commission of NY/NJ), New Jersey agencies (NJ Attorney General’s Office, NJ Transit Police, Rutgers Univ. Police, Hudson County Prosecutor, etc...); New York agencies (NY State Dept of Corrections, New York City Police, etc...)....
Registration Closes at Midnight before a Seminar/Webinar or when the Seminar is sold out.
Webinars are conducted through Zoom. Registration payment is via PayPal. You do not need to have a PayPal account and can use the debit/credit card option. If you prefer to send payment by check or use a purchase order, please email us at email@example.com.
Cancellation Policy: Requests to cancel a course registration and receive a refund must be received by Sheepdog Academy email no later than 7 days prior to course convening date. Once approved, refunds will be charged back to the original payment method (credit card) minus a $4 processing fee. Please do not cancel the credit card charge. NO refunds will be given for no-shows.
Sheepdog Academy reserves the right to cancel a Webinar or Seminar due to insufficient enrollment. Sheepdog Academy will notify enrolled students of cancellation and will issue a refund within 7 days of the course date.
Class time: Each seminar runs approximately 4-5 hours, depending on student participation and questions. Admission at the live in-person seminar usually includes time for lunch.
Live seminar/webinar attendees will receive a certificate of attendance if attended fully and a post-seminar/webinar survey is completed. Webinar registrants will have seminar materials emailed to them the day prior to the webinar. Live seminar attendees will receive seminar materials at the seminar.
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