LEOSA actually WAS written to cover reserves. The phrasing was designed to not mention full time, part time, etc. This was pushed by a reserve organization from California. Your indivudal state, county, or city has absolutely no authority to decide who is "covered" or "not covered". If the person meets the statutory definition of a qualified law enforcement officer under 18USC926B or qualified retired law enforcement officer under 18USC926C and is carrying the appropriate credentials, THEY ARE COVERED. The most recent amendment to LEOSA removed the requirements that a person have pension rights and lowered the "retirement" years of service requirement to ten years. Therefore, a reserve officer who has ten years and otherwise meets the requirements would indeed be "covered" as a retired officer.