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Police: Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act (LEOSA)

The Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act of 2004 allows qualified active and retired law enforcement officers to carry a concealed firearm nationwide.
The law requires two hours of classroom training and successful completion of two qualification courses. Before any applicant is issued a LEOSA photo ID from the department, he or she must successfully complete the training and qualifying courses and complete and submit an application. A background check is conducted on all applicants. Applicants must re-apply annually.
On the training date, all retirees must have 100 rounds of ammunition for each weapon you will be qualifying with. Please report directly to MPCTC firearms facility. Address to the location is listed below:

MPCTC firearms Training Center
7320 Slacks Road
Sykesville, Maryland

If you have any questions please contact Sgt. DeBord via email or phone at 410.386.2874

All applicants, including those already certified under LEOSA, must fill out the CCSO Application for Certification to Carry a Concealed Firearm annually (see link below). Please download, complete and print application. This year we will be qualifying retired personnel on

Next Training Date & Time
09/26/2014 @ 8:30 a.m.

LEOSA CCSO APPLICATION for Certification to Carry a Concealed Firearm


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410.386.2900 or 1.888.302.8924

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