Talk:Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act

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Application to the military[edit]

I removed a posting regarding application of LEOSA to military police. This information was clearly opinion, erroneous, and failed to cite any authority to support it. Slyjackalope (talk) 00:31, 24 January 2008 (UTC)

Related State regulations[edit]

It's worth noting that related state regulations regarding concealed carry permits issued by a state do not seem to be governed by LEOSA. i.e. Washington state has a five day waiting period on purchases of firearms in Washington state. This is a requirement that is waved if a person holds a concealed carry permit issued by the state of Washington. The fact the LEOSA exempts a person from "Concealed carry requirements" doesn't seem to matter. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 24.17.180.123 (talk) 02:14, 21 August 2011 (UTC)

Tag[edit]

Tagged because of issues in "Qualified law enforcement officers" section:

  1. "On-duty status determines LEOSA-eligibility." - seems over-broad! I don't see anything in the statute to support that whether the officer is on-duty or off duty matters, and the Booth case seems to argue against it too.
  2. "“qualified law enforcement officer” definition is nonsensical; as written it refers only to those "authorized under regulations governing the armed forces", because of the two "and"s in § 926B(c).

--Elvey(tc) 19:36, 19 September 2016 (UTC)


Regarding
  1. : Initial remedy implemented: adding {{dubious}}.
  2. : but this nonsensical language is in the language of the statute - § 926B(c). I think the statute has an error; the first "and" (the one in § 926B(c)(1) ) should be an "or" and an erratum is needed. Initial remedy implemented: adding {{sic|?|and}}.
--Elvey(tc) 19:43, 19 September 2016 (UTC)
It's specifically for reserve/auxiliary officers who are not always subject to the same off-duty guidelines and such as full-time officers, but can be called to "On-duty/full-time" status. I've amended it to include this clarification. Creeper Ninja (talk) 04:33, 19 September 2020 (UTC)
And seeing as you've been banned I'll be removing the tag for you. Creeper Ninja (talk) 04:45, 19 September 2020 (UTC)

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Ref 23 is dead[edit]

Can someone who knows their stuff remove 23 and its inlines? It's a dead link atm because it was archived behind a CG login portal. Creeper Ninja (talk) 04:36, 19 September 2020 (UTC)