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2005 Concealed Carry Annual Report

2005 Concealed Carry Annual Report

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Published by Mike DeWine
Part of the sheriff’s responsibilities under the law is to report to the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission the number of regular and temporary emergency licenses they issued, the number of applications they denied, and how many licenses were suspended or revoked. The Commission is required to compile those statistics and present them to the Governor and the leadership of the Ohio General Assembly.
Part of the sheriff’s responsibilities under the law is to report to the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission the number of regular and temporary emergency licenses they issued, the number of applications they denied, and how many licenses were suspended or revoked. The Commission is required to compile those statistics and present them to the Governor and the leadership of the Ohio General Assembly.

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OhioConcealed HandgunLaw
Annual Reportfor 2005
 
30 E. Broad St., 17th Fl.Columbus, OH 43215-3428Telephone: (614) 466-4320Facsimile: (614) 466-5087www.ag.state.oh.us
February 10, 2006Dear Fellow Ohioan:
Almost two years ago, Ohio’s new concealed handgun law went into effect and for the rst
time, Ohioans could apply to their county sheriffs for a license to carry a concealed handgun.Since then, tens of thousands of law-abiding citizens have taken handgun safety courses from
certied instructors, applied for, and were issued, licenses to carry a concealed handgun.As the chief public ofcial charged with implementing the concealed handgun law statewide,my ofce has undertaken a number of actions pertaining to the concealed carry law.My ofce has answered thousands of questions from citizens and from law enforcement aboutthe law, created and maintained publications, a website, and electronic databases required by the
statute, processed criminal background checks, and provided in-person and online training and
assistance to sheriffs to help them fulll their obligations under the law.
Since the law took effect, members of my staff formalized reciprocity agreements with 16 otherstates to allow recognition of those states’ CCW licenses in Ohio and to allow Ohioans to carryconcealed weapons while outside the State, and developed processes to allow Probate Courts
and hospitals to report data regarding persons disqualied from receiving licenses for medical
reasons.
My ofce has also issued advisory opinions concerning the law and defended the against court
challenges.
Part of the sheriff’s responsibilities under the law is to report to the Ohio Peace Ofcer Training
Commission the number of regular and temporary emergency licenses they issued, the numberof applications they denied, and how many licenses were suspended or revoked. The Commis-
sion is required to compile those statistics and present them to the Governor and the leadershipof the Ohio General Assembly.I am pleased to present this second annual report to the Governor and leadership of the OhioGeneral Assembly on the activities in Ohio relating to the Ohio Concealed Carry Law.
Very Truly Yours, Jim Petro
Attorney General
 
Ohio’s ConcealedHandgun Law
2005 Annual Repor

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