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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 8 of 15 9/22/2009 L. Weapons in Correctional Facilities: No person will enter the secure area of the Sheriff=s Office Correctional Facility with firearms, ammunition, chemical agents, or electrical weapons, except in emergencies, and then only when authorized by the Officer-in-Charge or designee. Weapons lockers are provided near the secure entrance of the facility. Under no circumstances will weapons or ammunition be placed in a desk drawer or other container which has common access. 1. Exceptions: a. The chemical agent oleoresin capsicum or other suitable agent is authorized to be carried inside the corrections facility by authorized certified correctional and law enforcement deputies trained in its use. b. Law Enforcement Deputies assigned an Electronic Control Device may carry these units in the booking area of the jail ONLY. 2. Correctional Deputy Sheriffs whose primary responsibility is the supervision, protection, care, custody, and control of inmates are prohibited from carrying concealed weapons or firearms while in the performance of their official duties or while in official uniform unless specifically authorized in writing. 3. This section shall not prohibit correctional Deputy Sheriff's from carrying an authorized issued weapon or firearm during the transport of inmates to and from the jail. M. Weapons Aboard Commercial Aircraft: A deputy sheriff will not carry a firearm aboard a commercial aircraft in flight without the written approval of his commanding officer. All Federal statutes as well as Federal Aviation Administration regulations will be observed. N. Weapons in the Courtroom: Only those deputies assigned to courthouse security and designated corrections personnel are authorized to carry weapons within the confines of the courthouse at all times. 1. All other law enforcement personnel may be armed in the courthouse at the discretion of the presiding judge. 2. In those instances when the presiding judge prohibits law enforcement personnel from being armed within the courtroom the weapon may be:

DATE http://sop.sheriff.martin.fl.us/powerdms/Documents/MCSO/1165.asp Page 9 of 15 9/22/2009 a. Secured at the courthouse gun lockers; or b. Secured in the trunk of the deputy's assigned vehicle. 3. The location of the courthouse gun lockers is in a controlled area with limited public access. O. Shotguns: Shotguns are approved for the use by all deputy sheriffs authorized to carry firearms so long as the following requirements are met: 1. All shotguns will be chambered for the 12-gauge 2-3/4 or 3 inch shell. 2. Shotguns will be pump action. a. Semi-automatic shotguns may be approved for specialized units. 3. Shotguns will have a barrel length of no less than eighteen (18) inches and an overall length of no less than twenty six (26) inches. a. Specialized units may be authorized to have shotguns with barrel lengths less than eighteen (18) inches, and overall lengths of less than twenty six (26) inches. 4. Shotguns must be equipped with a shoulder stock. 5. When deputy sheriffs are off-duty and not operating their marked patrol vehicles, they will store their shotgun in a secure location other than the passenger compartment of their patrol vehicle or will ensure their shotgun is secured in a locking shotgun rack. 6. All deputies carrying a shotgun must demonstrate proficiency in its use at least annually, according to requirements established by the Firearms Training Unit. 7. Only shotguns approved by the Firearms Training Unit will be carried on duty. P. Special Weapons: 1. Only those submachine guns, rifles, automatic rifles and gas weapons approved by the Firearms Training Unit will be utilized for Sheriff's Office use. Only those deputies

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