Prince Georges County LEOSA Dates
FLORIDA QUALIFICATION COURSE
Course of Fire
Two rounds from the hip in four seconds - repeated twice for a total of four rounds.
Two rounds from the low ready position in one second - repeated three times for a total of six rounds.
Two rounds from the holster in four seconds for a total of two rounds
Two rounds from the low ready position in four seconds - repeated twice for a total of four rounds.
Three rounds from the holster in five seconds - repeated twice for a total of six rounds.
Twelve rounds from the holster in forty five seconds with a mandatory reload somewhere between the first and last round - total of 12 rounds.
Six rounds from the holster in thirty seconds - for a total of six rounds.
Brevard County Sheriff's Office
Firearms Qualifications Course Certificate for Retired Officers
Pursuant to the "Federal Law Enforcement Officer's Safety Act of 2004", (HR 218) the Brevard County Sheriff's Office offers a firearms qualifications course and certificate for qualified retired officers who reside in Brevard County.
The retired officer understands and assumes the risks associated with discharging a firearm and agrees to hold the Brevard County Sheriff's Office harmless for any injuries that may occur on the firing range.
2017 Class Schedule:
February-16- May-18- August-17- November-16,
TIME: 0800 to 1300
LOCATION: 2955 Pluckebaum Rd. Cocoa, Fl
No Pre-Registration Required
CHARLOTTE COUNTY LEOSA DATES
Charlotte County has discontinued all further LEOSA Qualification's
The Gun range is open the first and third Saturday of each month unless it falls on a holiday. If you need information call (239) 252-0505
8:00 a.m. - Noon
Bill HR-218 qualifications done on those range days
WHERE: 4441 70th Ave. NE, Naples, FL 34120
Directions: Take 40th Street NE from Immokalee Road (about one mile east of Everglades Boulevard). Make a left on 70th Avenue N.E. and it is on the left towards the end of the road.
Targets will be provided by the CCSO Bring ammo, eye and ear protection Use only pistols and handguns
The Flagler County Sheriff's Office will be hosting an HR 218 firearms certification course on April 3rd, 2017 from 1p.m. to 5p.m.
The qualification is designed to satisfy the requirements of the Law Enforcement Officer's Safety Act or 2004 (LEOSA), also known as HR 218, and is the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) 40 round course. Certification is good for one year from the date of issuance.
This course will be held at the Flagler Gun and Archery Club, 1290 East County Road 90, Bunnell, FL 32110..
Retired law enforcement officers residing in Flagler County will be given priority enrollment. Retired law enforcement officers residing outside of Flagler County may also qualify based on the availability of instructors and payment of applicable fees to cover the cost of instructors. There is no cost for participation, donations will be accepted to the Sheriff's Five Star charitable program.
Retired officers must bring the following to the range:
A retired law enforcement identification card. Candidate must have retired in good standing.
A Florida Drivers License or other form of photo identification.
A serviceable weapon and functioning holster to properly secure your weapon during the courses of fire.
A minimum of 50 rounds of ammunition.
Eye & Ear protection
This will be an open range qualification and there will be no reservations or preferences given. The first qualification will begin at 1 p.m.
The following two forms are required to be completed and may be obtained here, HR 218 Affidavit of Retirement and here HR 218 Hold Harmless Agreement or may from an instructor on the day of the qualification.
Sheriff Peyton C. Grinnell would like to invite all retired Law Enforcement Officers to a Weapons Qualification. Sheriff Grinnell's intention of the day is to meet the requirements of H.R. 218 for all retired officers/deputies who reside locally. Anyone who lives outside Lake County may register after May 19th, 2017. Attendees who live outside of Lake County will have a $35.00 facility usage fee. This fee can be paid with either cash, check or money order made payable to Lake Technical College. Payments must be received by Wednesday, May 31, 2017 and can be mailed to the Institute of Public Safety, 1565 Lane Park Cutoff Rd, Tavares, FL 32778, Attn: Tabitha Gonzalez.
Where: Lake Tech Institute of Public Safety Range, 13000 Frankies Road Tavares, FL 32778.
When: Saturday, June 3, 2017
Time: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Qualifications will begin at 8:00am and will run until all participants have completed the course. Please ensure you are at the range and ready to begin at 8:00am. Adults are welcome, so you may bring your spouse. Please no children due to the nature of the training. For those who are going to be qualifying please dress accordingly; long pants and closed toe shoes. No shorts or flip flops. Please bring appropriate eye and ear protection. For safety purposes please ensure that your weapon is unloaded and encased prior to your arrival at the range.
From the North; take SR 19 South from US 441 in Tavares. Once you are to the intersection of SR 19 and CR 561, veer left onto CR 561. Go approximately two miles until you see the Lake County Animal Services building. Frankies Road is your very next right hand turn.
From the South; take CR 561 North from US 27 to Frankies Road and turn left. If you are taking SR 19 go north to CR 448A and turn right. Once you are at the intersection of CR 561, turn right and follow the above directions.
8:00 - HR 218 Overview
8:45 - Range Safety, Weapons Inspection and Qualification by Range Staff
Please review the attached PDF from Florida Department of Law - Enforcement to ensure your eligibility under HR 218
- Retired Law Enforcement Identification card from your former agency
- Florida Driver's License.
- One weapon you intend on carrying with total of three (3) extra magazines/speed loaders and a holster.
- Minimum of 40 rounds
- Eye and ear protection
Tabitha Gonzalez by e-mail at email@example.com or, phone at 352- 343-3791
She will need the following information:
1. Name as it appears on your retired LEO identification card
2. Phone number and e-mail address (if you have one)
3. County you currently reside in
Under Florida Law, e-mail addresses and the contents of the e-mail are public records. If you do not want your e-mail address or the contents of the e-mail released in response to a public records request, do not send e-mail to this entity. This e-mail and any files transmitted with it are confidential and intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to which they are addressed.
LEE COUNTY LEOSA DATES
We hold HR 218 qualifications on the last Friday of every month at the Lee County Gun range which is located at 6570 Felix Romano Way, Ft. Myers, Fla 33905.
You may call 239-690-3900 to set up your appointment. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to call.
Seminole County LEOSA DateThe Sheriff has approved the qualification of retired law enforcement officers on the Seminole Community College Range by our instructors. The qualification will be the FDLE 40 round course as prescribed by FDLE in order to satisfy the Law Enforcement Officer's Safety Act of 2004 (LEOSA), otherwise known as HR 218.
The dates for the retired officers qualifications for 2017 will be as follows:
None at this time
Retired officers must qualify annually and may show up anytime from 0900 - 1200 on those dates.
Please do not call to confirm the firearms dates or to verify the equipment list required.
Retired officers must bring the following to the range;
Handgun Two magazines minimum if qualifying with a semi-automatic pistol 100 rounds of ammunition Retired LEO credentials as well as another form of I.D. ( driver license, etc ). No one will be allowed to qualify without proper I.D.! Eye & Ear protection Hat or Cap
Seminole Community College Range
2450 Gun Range Rd. Geneva Fl.
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