Next Qualification Being Held:
September 4, 2019 - 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Genesee County Fire Training Center - Gray Classroom
7690 State Street Road, Batavia
The Genesee County Sheriff’s Office will be conducting a handgun qualification course for retired/separated law enforcement officers from any law enforcement agency of Genesee County or any officers currently residing within Genesee County who also meet the requirements of the HR218/S.1132 Law Enforcement Safety Act.
HR218/S.1132 qualification cards reflecting the style of handgun used (semi-automatic and/or revolver) and the date of the course will be issued to those successfully completing the course with a minimum qualification score of 80%.
Class will commence in the gray classroom at the Fire Training Center. Please ensure all handguns are unloaded prior to entering the classroom. DO NOT bring a loaded handgun or any live ammunition into the classroom.
There is no fee for the course.
To participate, each separated/retired officer will be required to:
- Meet HR218/S.1132 Law Enforcement Safety Act requirements; and upon arrival at the range, sign an Affidavit attesting to such. Please do not sign prior to arrival at the range.
- Possess a valid New York State Pistol Permit or current HR218 card.
- Provide a current retired/separated photo ID from your former department/agency.
- Have a safe, functional handgun for qualification – semi-auto and/or revolver.
- Have a minimum of two magazines or speed loaders for revolvers, if desired.
- Provide a safe, functional holster to be securely fastened on the outside of the strong side of his/her belt for qualification. No cross draw, shoulder, inside the pants, pocket or ankle holsters will be allowed on the range.
- Provide a minimum of 50 rounds factory ammunition for each firearm you are qualifying with. Each qualification will consist of a 50-round course. You will be required to supply the ammunition if additional qualification rounds are necessary.
- Bring eye and ear protection as well as a baseball-style hat.
Please direct questions to Chief Deputy Frieday at the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office:
(585) 345-3000 x3504 or firstname.lastname@example.org