Austin Police Retired Officers Association

 

 


Honorary ID & Concealed Carry Information

/ Note: Policy of the right to carry has changed below and other changes might be forthcoming.
If you see anything that needs to be corrected just let us know. /


Step 1:

You must obtain Honorary Retired Officer ID. If you have an ID card already, check the back side. You need the one that does not have an expiration date on it. If you have one that does expire you can wait until you have to re-new to obtain the new one. If you simply want the ID card and do not want to carry a weapon, this is the only step you need to take.
Note: If you do not have a computer, you will need to contact Randy Malone for more information.

Identification Card Honorably Retired Peace Officers


Step 2:

Instructions for Right to Carry as Retired Officer at APD Range and Qualification Dates

QUALIFICATION

Retirees who possess a retiree photo identification may qualify at the Department’s range.

The retiree shall contact the range, one of the officers listed below, and schedule a time to qualify.
Note: The range has set aside dates and times for retirees to qualify – also listed below.

Joe Swann 512.974.5557 Joseph.Swann@austintexas.gov
Sgt. Lance White 512.974.5147  
Jeff Woodward 512.974.5147  
Gareth Singleton 512.974.5223  

The range officer will have all documentation needed.
(c) Upon successful qualification, the range officer shall issue the retiree a Certificate of Weapons Proficiency (PD0206 or PD0206a).

***** Range dates to qualify can change with short to no notice at all due to program changes at the Range. Prior to making the trip to the range you may want to call to make sure you will still be able to qualify that day.

If you are not shooting a 9mm, bring your own ammo.

Current 2017 Qualification dates & time for Retirees:

DATES
TIME
Jan 11th

on the hour
7, 8, 9 & 10 am

Feb 8th
Mar 8th
Apr 12th
May 10th
Jun 14th
Jul 12th
Aug 9th
Sep 13th
Oct 11th
Nov 8th
Dec 13th

As a reminder always check prior to coming out just to confirm nothing has been changed. As I am sure you remember, you never know when a new fire will break out or a mole hill will turn into a mountain around here.


Step 3:

Shooting at Range other than APD Range

If you are shooing at a range other than the APD Range, you must use a certified firearms instructor that is qualified to conduct a firearms qualification test for active duty officers. Most states should have a standardized form for out of state officers to use when qualifying, and the Range instructors probably have the form or can tell you how to obtain one. TCOLE (TCLEOSE) does not have a form APD retirees who shoot in Texas but not at the APD Range. If you cannot obtain a form to use we created a form that has all the needed information on it, should you need to prove you qualified.

***Bring Your Own Ammo***

For those shooting in Texas but not at the APD range:

If you are carrying under Texas Law, you have to qualify every two years. If you travel out of state you may want to shoot every year just to be covered outside of Texas.

For those shooting at an Out of State range:

 

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If you do not have an ID card signed off on by Range Instructor, you do need to have a copy of the form
showing you qualified, keep original in safe place in case needed.
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If you have any questions, please contact Randy Malone 512.658.0692 / randy@randymalone.com


Firing Ranges

Schaefer Training Academy
948 Sandy Creek Road
Dale, TX 78616
512.785.4800
www.schaefertraining.com


Lockhart PD Firing Range
Call a few days ahead to make sure a Range Master is available.
Contact Mike Lummus or Sgt Paul Ybarra - 512.398.4401

 


/ Page updated Wednesday, November 8, 2017 /
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