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Handgun Carry Permit Policy Information

Handgun Carry Permit Policy Information

This Web page provides information related to the new Tennessee law that allows some some full-time faculty and staff with handgun carry permits who have notified authorities to carry their concealed guns on college campuses.

Read the policy

Please carefully review the complete concealed-carry policy for full-time faculty and staff.

Understand the process

Please carefully review the notification process for full-time faculty and staff who intend to carry a concealed handgun on campus.

Take the training

Full-time faculty and staff who intend to carry a concealed handgun on campus are strongly encouraged to complete a training course offered by Roane State Police. Please contact Roane State Police, (865) 882-4500, kainwn@roanestate.edu to take the training course.

Ask questions

Please contact Roane State Police, (865) 882-4500, kainwn@roanestate.edu if you have any questions about the policy or procedures.

Read answers to frequently asked questions related to the policy.

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