This is a discussion on wally world associate ccw policy within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by SAMI Hell, I'd still carry. Have you seen the nut jobs in WM? I get the heebies the second i'm 100ft from ...
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I'm a respiratory therapist and a LEO, the hospital I work for does not restrict CC permit holders form carrying on the premises but they do have a no weapons policy for employees. Due to that restriction, I spoke to the HR manager and explained the conflict between the policies of the hospital and the dept, and we discussed the benefits of having an armed LEO on the premises 36 hours a week for free. Taking into consideration that the hospital is very small (25 beds) and very rural, with no security to speak of, that idea was a real plus to her. She spoke to the CEO and they agreed to waive the policy in my case.If find this portion to be quite odd. Most employers exempt reserve LEO's and/or off-duty LEO's from the "no weapons" policies, even if they're in a "non-security position".In certain circumstances, the company may employ off-duty police officers for non-security positions within a given facility. If the police department by which he/she is employed requires him/her to carry a concealed weapon as part of their off duty responsibility, this is in conflict with company policy, and will not be allowed.
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Just for giggles, the vehicle restriction is unconstitutional in the US 10th circuit court of appeals jurisdiction. It was specific to OK, but should be able to be applied throughout the district. IANAL
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