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MCSO SOP 302.00 V (R) - Martin County, Florida

MCSO SOP 302.00 V (R) - Martin County, Florida

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DATE http://sop.sheriff.martin.fl.us/powerdms/Documents/MCSO/1165.asp Page 2 of 15 9/22/2009 Unit and carried by Sheriff's deputies as concealment (back-up) firearms. G. Alternate Service Shotguns or Rifles - Shotguns or rifles carried by Sheriff's Deputies issued by the Sheriff's Office or personally owned and approved by the Firearms Training Unit. V. PROCEDURE: A. General: All employees of the Martin County Sheriff's Office, when not expressly authorized by the Sheriff, are prohibited from carrying weapons or firearms either openly or concealed while on or off duty, and/or while in any official uniform, or while acting under the color of authority of the Sheriff's Office. 1. Civil deputies, whose primary responsibility is the service of various kinds of judicial processes are likewise prohibited from carrying weapons or firearms, either openly or concealed, while in the performance of their official duties. Any Civil Deputy who is sworn now or will become sworn in the future and expressly authorized by the Sheriff to carry a firearm, is exempt from this prohibition. 2. Civilian personnel are prohibited from carrying weapons or firearms, either openly or concealed, while in the performance of their official duties, or when acting under the color of authority of the Sheriff's Office either on or off duty. 3. This policy is not intended to infringe upon an employee's constitutional or statutory rights to bear arms for lawful self defense: nor is it the intent of the Sheriff to legislate policy that would interfere with an employee's right as a citizen to carry concealed weapons or firearms lawfully while off duty, out of uniform, and when not acting under the color of authority of the Martin County Sheriff's Office. 4. The Sheriff accepts no responsibility for the personal actions of any member of the Sheriff's Office whether civilian or sworn, as a result of carrying a concealed weapon or firearm while off duty, out of uniform and when not acting under the color of authority of the Martin County Sheriff's Office. Further, the Sheriff will not accept responsibility for the personal actions of any employee as a result of carrying a concealed weapon or firearm after the deputy or employee is separated or retired from the agency notwithstanding the provision of Florida State Statute 790.06(05)(b), to the contrary.

DATE http://sop.sheriff.martin.fl.us/powerdms/Documents/MCSO/1165.asp Page 3 of 15 9/22/2009 5. All full and part time certified Law Enforcement deputies are authorized to carry firearms while on and off duty. B. Firearms: 1. On duty deputy sheriffs, who are authorized to carry firearms will carry only authorized firearms with which they have qualified. a. Deputy sheriffs authorized to carry firearms off-duty shall carry on or about their person, their identification cards and an approved loaded firearm, unless the deputy expects to consume or has consumed intoxicating beverages. b. Off duty deputy sheriffs authorized to carry firearms will carry only authorized firearms with which they have qualified. c. Off duty deputy sheriffs driving an official vehicle or who take official law enforcement action will have identification and an authorized firearm in their possession. 2. All uniformed deputy sheriffs authorized to carry firearms will only carry firearms authorized by the Firearms Training Unit. 3. A current list of authorized firearms will be maintained by the Firearms Training Unit, and may be inspected upon request. 4. Firearms Training Unit may add or delete firearms as they are approved. 5. Non-uniform deputy sheriffs should carry, if practical, one extra loaded magazine for semi-automatic firearms or the same number of rounds for which their revolver is chambered. 6. On duty uniform deputies' firearms will be carried in holsters approved by the Firearm Training Unit. Approved holsters shall not be altered in any way. All sworn members of the Departments of Law Enforcement and Administration may receive an agency issued Glock semi-automatic firearm in .40 caliber. They shall also be issued an accompanying holster, three (3) magazines and

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