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School Property questions

Discussion in 'Indiana Glockers' started by medic0157, Oct 7, 2008.

  1. medic0157

    medic0157

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    Ok I read through the laws pertaining to a school. I also browsed through definitions and didn't see any for schools. Here is my question. Are schools past 12th grade off limits. (i.e. college, seminary, campus or other higher learning facility) ?
    It seems to me that they could be considered a school, but my understanding is that school refers to daycare -12th grade.

    I just want to recap what is off limits for CCW and make sure I have it correct. Schools, Airports, Riverboat Casino, and Federal buildings because of Federal law.

    Any other places that are off limits legally?

    Thanks

     
  2. minuteman32

    minuteman32 NRA & GOA Life

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    Schools are up to 12th grade. Beyond that, they are colleges, universities, etc. Where you can get jammed up on a college campus is if they have a daycare somewhere. Then it kind of depends on how much they want to push it. Even if you didn't get convicted of the felony, you could potentially be charged w/ it and it would cost you a small fortune to fight it.
    Check w/ your state rep/sen. There are a couple of bills being introduced @ the statehouse to offer us some more protection in this area. But they are going to need all the help we can give!
     


  3. RF7126

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    +1. I lived in a college apartment building (off-campus even) for a year and found out near the end of the year that they had a head-start program in the basement. :whistling:

    Also, they could issue you a ban/trespass notice and you would be unable to return to the university's property. For some people this isn't an issue, for others it's a problem.
     
  4. If it is a state school then you cannot carry. However if it is a privately runned school (does not recieve the majority of contributions from the state) then it is up to them.

    I know in northwest indiana, Purdue Calumet will let you check in your weapon with security. For Indiana University Northwest, a Friend of mine is on the police force there. He says that it is incouraged that you do not carry, but there is no rule against it.

    I suggest asking the school before you carry. It is a quick phone call that could save you a big hassle in the long run.
     
  5. Scutter01

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    Of course you can. Indiana code refers to K-12 only. Colleges are only CPZ's by order of the individual schools' administrative rules.
     
  6. rjklein

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    Concealed is concealed and if you needed it and did not have it I would rather go in front of 12 than 1
     
  7. RF7126

    RF7126

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    As Scutter said, you legally can carry at a state school, but (like you said) they will give you a hassle and probably ask you to leave. So you can carry as long as no one sees it.