The Law Enforcement Officer Safety Act (LEOSA) is a Federal law that allows Qualified Law Enforcement Officers (926B) and Qualified Retired or Separated Law Enforcement officers (926C) to carry a concealed firearm in any jurisdiction in the United States or United States Territories, regardless of state or local laws, with certain exceptions.
This course of fire exceeds the TCOLE standards required for annual certification to remain qualified under LEOSA.
For those waiting on their LEOSA credentials, you do not need them to attend the qualification course. Upon completion, you will receive a qualification card that you may retain or send to your LEOSA agency, or to TCOLE for certification. This course only certifies your firearms qualification. It is the shooter’s responsibility to complete their LEOSA certification.
The course of fire consists of 50 rounds fired from point blank to 15 yards, including one timed reload.
Included in the cost are: range fees, targets, certification card, and TCOLE paperwork if provided by the Officer
Number of Students: 8
Prerequisites: Active or Retired Law Enforcement Credentials
• Serviceable semi-automatic pistol or revolver (.380ACP, 9mm, .40cal or .45ACP) *
• 50 rounds of pistol ammunition*
• 2 magazines or speedloaders for revolvers
• Range-appropriate clothing
• Clear wrap-around ballistic eye protection
• Hearing protection (electronic recommended)
• Photo Identification
If you haven’t completed our online waiver, please do so by clicking here. It must be completed prior to live fire training. This waiver is good for one year.
COURSE REGISTRATION TERMS & CONDITIONS
Attendance Policy: If you are unable to attend the class, you may request a refund or transfer to another class up to 72 hours prior to the class and will be subject to a $35 rescheduling/cancelation fee. No refunds or reschedules will be provided within 72 hours of the class or after the class. Please email the Training Department at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a refund or reschedule your class.
Late Arrival To Class: Due to the safety briefing held at the beginning of the class, students are allotted a 5-minute grace period to arrive. Any student who arrives after 5 minutes past the start time will be considered a “No-Show” and will need to purchase the class again at a later date.