Yes. Asked a kcmo police officer. Officer hall.
An active duty, full-time police officer in any state can carry a concealed weapon in any other state.
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.
Yes, a police officer may carry a rifle on their person.
The answer depends on department policy, but generally speaking any police officer is entitled to carry a weapon off duty.
It depends entirely on the jurisdiction. Some countries such as the USA allow concealed carry wherever an officer goes, subject to normal restrictions on carry (no bars, some venues, no aircraft cabins, etc.). Others do not allow "free carry" for any person, and this is applied to officers of the law as well as civilians. Of course, if your vacation is to a different country, it is almost certain you will not be allowed to carry the weapon at all without many documents to the effect. every officer is to have an on duty and off duty gun, the officer is allowed to take his off duty gun on vacation, but is only allowed to use it if he/she or someone else is in life treating danger.
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. Police officers in Illinois are allowed to carry their weapons off duty anywhere within the 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.
Yes. Federal legislation was put into place which allows off-duty active police officers and retired police officers to carry concealed in all states and territories of the United States.
A police officer
Yes! They absolutely are allowed to carry.