Concealed Carry in the Workplace
I have a question about carrying at work that I haven't been able to come up with a satisfactory answer yet. I work for a large Indianapolis Hospital and have wondered if there is any legal reason why I shouldn't carry at work. If it's against the law, then that's all I need to know, but my attitude is the only time I will probably ever need a gun will be the one time I'm not carrying it for some reason. I'm quite sure if I went and asked someone they would probably say no without having any idea what they were talking about, but I've search the hospital employee handbook and don't see anything that prohibits it. I have also read Indiana State Code and don't see anything there that would prohibit me carrying in the hospital. In Indiana it seems that the only places you can't carry are schools, airport secure areas, courthouses and riverboat casinos. obviously, I'm not going to be a bonehead. If I am carrying, the only person that is going to know about it is me, unless, God forbid, some nutcase were to try and go on a shooting spree in the hospital. Anybody out there know about CC law in Indiana regarding this. I would greatly appreciate any knowledge on this and even if someone just has an opinion.