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Texas Senate Bill 11 (SB-11) is also called the “concealed carry” law. SB-11 allows individuals who have a license to carry (LTC), to carry a concealed handgun on any public college or university campus in Texas.
Concealed Carry: Three images of students who could be carrying a concealed handgun.
Note: Open carry is prohibited on the campuses of Texas colleges and Universities.
In this video, students are sitting around a table reading their books. One male student drops his book on the ground. When he bends over to get it, his concealed handgun peaks out from underneath his shirt. After he picks up his book, he quickly pulls his shirt down to conceal his handgun from the other students. He has unintentionally showed his handgun to his classmates. This is not a violation because he did not mean to show his handgun.
In this video a group of students are hanging out talking with each other. A male student walks up and lifts his shirt up to show the group of students his concealed handgun. This is an intentional display of a handgun and is not allowed on the DCCCD campuses at any time.
This slide shows a graph representing how the demographics of Texas LTC holders compare:
Eleven states currently allow concealed carry permit holders (LTC) to carry concealed handguns on campus:
There is a map on the slide showing the 11 states that allow concealed carry on campus see above.
There are 18 states that do not allow concealed carry on campus.
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Exclusion zones - As allowed by SB-11, the College District has established certain exclusion zones where the concealed carry of a handgun is prohibited.
The following are exclusion zones designated by the DCCCD Board of Trustees:
Traditional health care services (first aid & emergency care) includes, but is not limited to:
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Individuals found to be in violation of this policy may be subject to disciplinary action up to and including expulsion, termination of employment, severance of a business relationship, and/or criminal prosecution.
The following are web addresses to resources that support this training.
You will be prompted to log into the DCCCD network to retrieve the .txt documents in the Portal.
The last two resources (5&6) are links to external websites.
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You are ready to take a 10 question multiple choice and True/False quiz over the concealed carry information. When you are finished with the quiz. Print out this document and give to the appropriate person on your campus.
The correct answer is all of the above-Faculty, staff, visitors and organizations doing business within the DCCCD must adhere to the concealed carry policy.
The correct answer is b. Only License to Carry Holders are allowed to carry concealed handguns on campus.
The correct answer is b. LTC holder stands for License to Carry holder. These individuals carry a license to carry a concealed handgun in the state of Texas.
The correct answer is true. Concealed carry only applies to LTC holders and handguns. Larger guns such as rifles are not allowed on the DCCCD campuses under any circumstances.
The correct answer is c. Around 3-4% of the population of the state of Texas are license to carry holders but most of these LTC holders are over the age of 40.
The correct answer is c. LTC holders must secure a handgun in their locked privately owned vehicle if they have to enter exclusion zone on DCCCD property.
The correct answer is true. Exclusion zones are areas on campuses where the concealed carry of a handgun is prohibited.
The correct answer is b. A parking lot is not considered an exclusion zone.
The correct answer is false. If an LTC holder inadvertently reveals his or her handgun such as in the act of raising an arm to ask a question, it is not necessarily a violation. A violation occurs when a person intentionally displays a handgun in plain view of another person.
The correct answer is false. The district will not track individuals with an LTC. However, an LTC holder must show their Drivers and LTC licenses to the DCCCD police if requested.
Congratulations, you have completed the conceal carry training. Please print this document and give to the appropriate person on your campus.