I am not a LEO as of yet...however, I have come up with some questions lately, and this is one of them. I realize the type of holster you use off duty might be dependent on department policy, but I was curious as to who here feels that the one you use when not in uniform should have some sort of retention device? I mean more than a passive system as well, such as a "nub" or otherwise. I am talking something like a button, lever, or strap that must be disengaged to draw the weapon. There are a ton of great concealment holsters available. If I get picked up by a department, I was just wondering if retention off duty, should be looked at the same as it is on duty? I only carry concealed, so that to me would be one method of retention in of itself, but not letting others know that I am armed. What say the coppers of GT on this matter? Wanna kill these ads? We can help!