OPERS parking garage 9.68 violation?

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Re: OPERS parking garage 9.68 violation?

Postby Werz » Tue Aug 30, 2016 7:42 pm

Well, I see lots of speculation about a post that says "Image" but shows no image, so I have no idea what is actually being discussed.

When I went into the OPERS office, the entry doors were clearly marked, but the parking garage was not. I dutifully left my firearm in the vehicle and didn't worry about it. It's a parking structure, and the law is what it is.
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Re: OPERS parking garage 9.68 violation?

Postby JustaShooter » Tue Aug 30, 2016 8:12 pm

Werz wrote:Well, I see lots of speculation about a post that says "Image" but shows no image, so I have no idea what is actually being discussed.

When I went into the OPERS office, the entry doors were clearly marked, but the parking garage was not. I dutifully left my firearm in the vehicle and didn't worry about it. It's a parking structure, and the law is what it is.


The image (in a link provided to me by a friend that has apparently been removed) was a letter to employees of the facility indicating that concealed handgun licensees could not store their handguns in their vehicles in the parking structure, and if discovered to be in violation of the rule, would be required to take them home.

Here's a (hopefully more permanent) copy of the letter:
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Re: OPERS parking garage 9.68 violation?

Postby Werz » Sat Sep 10, 2016 4:53 pm

JustaShooter wrote:
Werz wrote:Well, I see lots of speculation about a post that says "Image" but shows no image, so I have no idea what is actually being discussed.

When I went into the OPERS office, the entry doors were clearly marked, but the parking garage was not. I dutifully left my firearm in the vehicle and didn't worry about it. It's a parking structure, and the law is what it is.


The image (in a link provided to me by a friend that has apparently been removed) was a letter to employees of the facility indicating that concealed handgun licensees could not store their handguns in their vehicles in the parking structure, and if discovered to be in violation of the rule, would be required to take them home.

Here's a (hopefully more permanent) copy of the letter:
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I find quite interesting the statement about law enforcement officers being asked to "voluntarily" surrender their weapons. Another effort at "social engineering," much like the one to which you were recently subjected. Right now, I am facing a similar "request," and I have no intention of waiving my exemption. It could become a very interesting situation.
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