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DOD police 0083 series in the state of  california can carry concealed firearms with department issued ID and qualify with the fireararm carried under a certified instuctor.  The Provost Marshal does not want to be liable for any incidents with off duty civilian police so they say no.  Therefore, we can legally carry concealed but are subject to disiplinary action only.  If caught violating SOP, each officer has to weigh the chances is there safety important enough to risk violating SOP.  To have it and not need it, then need it and not have it sounds like you, then theres your answer.  Travelling in unknown states would be a place i would carry to ensure the safety of my family.  SB 1132 gives us the ability to legally carry concealed in all 50 states... PERIOD! Remember knowing is half the battle.

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G.I. Joe!!!!


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DOD police 0083 series in the state of  california can carry concealed firearms with department issued ID and qualify with the fireararm carried under a certified instuctor.  The Provost Marshal does not want to be liable for any incidents with off duty civilian police so they say no.  Therefore, we can legally carry concealed but are subject to disiplinary action only.  If caught violating SOP, each officer has to weigh the chances is there safety important enough to risk violating SOP.  To have it and not need it, then need it and not have it sounds like you, then theres your answer.  Travelling in unknown states would be a place i would carry to ensure the safety of my family.  SB 1132 gives us the ability to legally carry concealed in all 50 states... PERIOD! Remember knowing is half the battle.


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To piggyback on MCPD_cop's comment, the California Attorney General set the stage for our authority by state statute back in 2002.


He concluded that:


1.  Federal law enforcement officers, who are employed on a full-time, salaried basis as Department of Defense police officers at the Los Angeles Air Force Base, are exempt from the state law prohibition against carrying concealed, loaded firearms even when they are not on duty.


2.  When Department of Defense police officers are engaged in the enforcement of federal criminal laws at the Los Angeles Air Force Base, they may make arrests for violations of state law occurring on the base if the arrests are incidental to the performance of their federal law enforcement duties and they have satisfied the appropriate training requirements.


3.  The provisions of the state Vehicle Code are applicable to the roads of the Los Angeles Air Force Base.  


A very good read, check it out.


http://ag.ca.gov/opinions/pdfs/01-1005.pdf

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 How many hours do DoD civilian police work?

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ILOVELAWENFORCEMENT says ...



 How many hours do DoD civilian police work?



That depends on your location. Some stations have 12hr shifts... while some still have 8hr shifts.

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ILOVELAWENFORCEMENT says ...



 How many hours do DoD civilian police work?



That depends on your location. Some stations have 12hr shifts... while some still have 8hr shifts.


Thank You! I couldn't get in touch with my HR to ask so I though I ask here.  12 hrs. Man! Haven't work a 12 since the miltary.