HB 5986

  • Illinois House Bill
  • 98th Regular Session
  • Introduced in House
  • House
  • Senate
  • Governor

Concealed Carry-Secure Firearm

Abstract

Amends the Firearm Concealed Carry Act. If a concealed carry licensee carrying a firearm or a non-resident carrying a firearm in a vehicle as provided in the Act is contacted by emergency services personnel, the emergency services personnel may secure the firearm or direct that it be secured during the duration of the contact if the emergency services personnel determines that it is necessary for the safety of any person present, including the emergency services personnel. Provides that the licensee or nonresident shall submit to the order to secure the firearm. Provides that when emergency services personnel have determined that the licensee or non-resident is not a threat to the safety of any person present, including emergency services personnel, and if the licensee or non-resident is physically and mentally capable of possessing the firearm, the emergency services personnel shall return the firearm to the licensee or non-resident before releasing him or her from the scene and breaking contact. Provides that if the licensee or non-resident is transported for treatment to another location, the firearm shall be turned over to any peace officer. Provides that the peace officer shall provide a receipt which includes the make, model, caliber, and serial number of the firearm.

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Dec 03, 2014

House

Session Sine Die

Feb 18, 2014

House

Added Chief Co-Sponsor Rep. John D. Anthony

Feb 14, 2014

House

Filed with the Clerk by Rep. Charles E. Meier

House

First Reading

House

Referred to Rules Committee

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