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    I recently started working for an armored car company and was wondering how long it takes to process the permit and what steps are still ahead. Any information would be great, Thanks.

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    I thought it was 90 days but I could very well be wrong.
    Howard County Police Department
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    Background Packet Handed in: 11/05/09
    Oral Interview: 01/21/10

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    • #3
      I was hoping to get a state trooper's input here but I was told at work it could take up to three months

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      • #4
        It takes as long as it takes to complete your background. Depending on the troopers in the licensing divisons current work load it could take 30 days...it could take 6 months.
        The greatest misconception in police work that gets more officers killed is alot of cops are still taught to use the "minimum force necessary". In reality a true professional will always resort to the "Maximum Allowable Force" to resolve a situation. They mean the same thing, however one is a restriction and the other is an empowerment.

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        • #5
          It dose take about 3 month's, it all depends on the state trooper and your refrence. It took me 9 month's..... just hang in there. Good luck!

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          • #6
            Any special requirements for out of state law enforcement officers? I'm thinking about applying for one, just to add another layer of carrying protection.

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            • #7
              You're protected under LEOSA

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              • #8
                Yeah, but I still here stories down here of folks questioning carry under HR218 in MD. Perhaps this doesn't happen anymore.

                On the other hand, I'd like to see about getting one anyway just incase.

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                • #9
                  I would never question another officer about carrying other than asking to see your creds. You check out your good to go in my book. Ive stopped officers from Texas, Virginia, DC and Jersey (only ones I can think of off the top of my head) never gave them a problem. You should be fine.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by LochRaven View Post
                    Any special requirements for out of state law enforcement officers? I'm thinking about applying for one, just to add another layer of carrying protection.
                    Good luck. Other officers have tried to get one for that reason and have been denied. Why? "You don't need it. You are already permitted to carry."
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