LEOSA Qualification

L.E.P.D. Firearms, Range & Training Facility offers retired law enforcement officers the ability to satisfy federal requirements to carry a firearm after retirement!  (LEOSA)  Simply complete the form below and you will be signed up for the session you choose.   We can qualify individuals on revolvers, semi-automatics or both and you simply need 25 rounds for each qualification.  Upon successful completion, you will receive a hard-stock identification card, that along with your retired agency identification, will qualify you for a year under US HB 218. The cost for qualification is $50 for first firearm qualification/$25 for each additional qualification, paid at time of qualification. (Cash or Credit Cards accepted)   If you have additional questions please call (614) 999-1033 ext. 9 for more information.

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All qualifications start at 10am and you can enter the range directly through the range entrance. Please note that the retail store does not open until 10am, but you can arrive early for qualification by entering through the range. A confirmation email will be sent to confirm your registration. Please check you SPAM folder if you do not receive within 10 min of submitting this form.

To review a copy of the L.E.P.D. Training Facility LEOSA course of fire, click here

The Law Enforcement Officer Safety Act of 2004 (LEOSA) was passed to allow Qualified Retired Law Enforcement Officers (QRLEO) to carry concealed firearms in any jurisdiction in the United States with certain exceptions.  Retirement guidelines are set forth in the original HR 218 and subsequent law 108-277.  Amendments to this law have been made in 2010 and 2013.   The agency from which a person retires determines if the individual meets the standards and requirements as set forth in 18 USC 926 C.
L.E.P.D. Firearms, Range and Training Facility does not warrant or guarantees the eligibility of any one person or individual under the law.  Information or understanding/interpretation of the law is strictly the individual’s responsibility.

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