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Distribution of Training Bulletins

American Rattlesnake

Regular Member
Oct 3, 2007
Oregon, USA
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I'm interested in getting more local PD's to issue training bulletins regarding open carry. I think this, coupled with an effort to educate officers at the academy level (see Agent 47's earlier post), will be necessary if we're to get anywhere in the long term.

So my question is basically twofold; who do I contact and how should the letter be composed? I could email the Police Chief, Training Officer, or Prosecuting Attorney, but I don't know which is best. In the letter would it be better to just ask outright if they are aware of the law or would it be better to lay all of the relevant code out at once?

I'm pretty new to this activism thang. ;)

Comments/criticism welcome.