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No, the Licensing Authority (Judges) require applicants to choose the Sheriff's Office or an Instructor from the Sheriff's Recommended Instructor List.
The Handgun Safety Course is conveniently offered at the Sheriff's Office, taught by a team of qualified Instructors. The Handgun Safety Course is offered several times a month. Additionally, the Sheriff's Office has established a list of recommended Instructors from around the area who teach a common syllabus.
Visit the course registration site. A Registration Video Tutorial is provided to direct you through the registration process. Be advised your class enrollment is not confirmed until your credit card payment is completed. Make sure you receive an email with class enrollment and payment confirmation.
No, the Licensing Authority (Judges) will only accept certificates from the Sheriff's Office or from Instructors on the Sheriff's Recommended List.
No, all students interested in enrolling in the Civilian Tactical Handgun Training program must first complete the Handgun Safety Course taught at the Sheriff’s Office. The Sheriff’s Office safety curriculum is the first in the seven-course series that prepares civilians for Concealed Carry and compliments subsequent courses in the training regimen.
No, the training program is designed for civilians seeking a handgun permit (or who have a permit) and who have limited experience and training which would prepare them for a real-world violent encounter.
No, the Sheriff’s Office does not issue refunds for missed training classes. If the Sheriff’s Office cancels or reschedules a class, students will be notified immediately. Every effort will be made to reschedule the canceled class in a timely manner or move students into other available classes.