I'm not trying to start a debate on right/wrong etc...but legally what is correct? Is your personal vehicle ok to keep firearm in onschool property? If you work there? Help me out on this please.
I work for a university and I'm legally allowed to carry anywhere on campus except in classroom and dormitory buildings. Would love to see MI law allow for classroom carry.I'm a H.S. teacher in Michigan and it is legal to have in the parking lot. Mine stays in my truck during school. Pending legislation may change that for teachers with CPL. We can only hope.
Without probable cause they couldn't legally search your car. Is it worth getting in to a stink about? If it were me, I'd have a gun vault under my seat and lock it up, and keep my mouth shut about having one.Well the issue is the state allows it but my local school board policy says they can fire me on the spot if it's in my truck. A violation of state law. however I was told that the way rule is written our personal vehicle is not considered school property.
As I understand the Michigan law regarding pistol free zones is that any individual licensed to carry concealed may carry concealed anywhere on campus except dorms or classroom, where those licensed can carry openly in dorms and classrooms. With the state preemption MSU, UofM, and Wayne State are the only universities/colleges that can legally ban weapons and set their own ordinances. For employees, I believe the way the statues are worded, legally allows the employer to prohibit employees. Now with the recent precedent set by CADL vs. MOC on public libraries/district libraries being preempted, Public Universities (they are municipal or quasi municipal) libraries are public and do not require employment or student status violate preemption as well as the Public Universities no gun policies. Effectively by having a public library in the middle of a "gun free zone" creates confusion of he interpretation of the preemption statue, which in itself was a primary reason for the state preemption. Now University policy is what concerns most since it would lead to expulsion or suspension, which is becoming harder for Universities to process as non-academic dismissals are almost always going to be brought to court.I work for a university and I'm legally allowed to carry anywhere on campus except in classroom and dormitory buildings. Would love to see MI law allow for classroom carry.
Does your system pay YOUR property tax on your vehicle (LOL) UK took it to the Ky Supreme Court & lost a big suit over this very issue, either your BOE policy makers (and lawyers) are behind or they know and just don't want to change the "rules" but either way they cannot fire you so long as it remains in a compartment within the locked vehicle(Console or glove box for sure) locked or unlocked (lock the vehicle naturally) DO you have your CCDW?Well the issue is the state allows it but my local school board policy says they can fire me on the spot if it's in my truck. A violation of state law. however I was told that the way rule is written our personal vehicle is not considered school property.
Key word may be operated. If the car is parked, is it operated?An adult who possesses a firearm, if the firearm is contained within a vehicle
operated by the adult and is not removed from the vehicle, except for a
purpose permitted herein, or brandished by the adult, or by any other person
acting with expressed or implied consent of the adult, while the vehicle is on