Concealed Carry in a shared office building
I did a quick search and did not find much hopefully this has not been covered before, if it has please direct me to the appropriate information.
As many who work in an office environment my company has a no weapons policy that I respect so this is currently a “in theory” question. But for the purposes of this question let’s assume I am able to remove the no weapons policy and that I can legally carry concealed in both states.
First, the Colorado office where I work is in a building that is shared with a branch of the University of Phoenix. The university apparently has a no weapons policy as there is a small sign posted on the front office doors that states there are no weapons allowed on campus. This sign is NOT on the main entrance to the building, just on the doors to the front office of the university. I am assuming that there would be no issues with me carrying in “shared” space, i.e. lobby, hallways, elevators, etc. But does anybody know for sure? Has anyone run into any similar issues?
Second, the HQ for my company is in Washington State and they share building space with a branch of the ATF. Are there any differences in WA as opposed to CO in regards to this issue? And does the fact that there is a federal law enforcement agency in the building change things?:confused:
In both cases there are no security screenings to get into the building.
Thanks for any information! :danceban: