An active duty, full-time police officer in any state can carry a concealed weapon in any other state.
If you mean a federal concealed weapons permit, there is no such thing. If you are a police officer or retired police officer, you can carry under federal law HR218, but other than that, you're out of luck.
They have no special privileges to carry a concealed weapon.
If you are a police officer or security guard. if you carry a baton out in the open most people won't care. if you carry a baton in your pocket you will then have a concealed weapon.
Yes. Under the Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act, any officer qualified to carry a concealed weapon in his home state may carry his weapon in any other state. Officers carry their badges and ID cards as proof of their right to carry a weapon.
No, Illinois has not approved concealed carry.
Concealed carry means hiding a firearm or weapon on your person
Yes. Asked a kcmo police officer. Officer hall.
Federal Officers, yes. Other jurisdictions depend on it being necessary for them to perform their duty, such as while escorting a prisoner on the aircraft. All weapons must be reported to the flight crew through the proper persons. As of 4 years ago a Police Officer could carry a concealed weapon on an airplane, but it was only if the Captain of that plane granted his permission (which they always did, but they were the final authority to grant/deny.)
If you have a concealed permit, yes.