HB 3108 : Expanded firearm privileges for parole and probation officers, whether they’re wanted or not

Position: Oppose Status: House Committee On Judiciary

This bill is no longer active.

Requires employer of parole and probation officer to authorize officer to carry firearm if officer meets certain requirements.
Exempts parole and probation officer from prohibition on carrying firearm in public building.


3-6-17: Referred to Judiciary. 3-1-17: First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk. Chief Sponsor: Representative Wilson Regular Sponsor: Representative Post

This bill removes discretion of employer to determine if parole and probation officers can carry firearms and allows parole and probation officers to carry firearms in public buildings.