Sec. 29.03.01.40. Qualified Handgun Instructor License — Revocation  


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  • A. The Secretary may revoke a Qualified Handgun Instructor License for cause. Sufficient cause may include, but is not limited to, evidence of:

    (1) Unsafe range practices;

    (2) False reporting of Firearm Safety Training Course completion or Handgun Permit Training Course completion;

    (3) Falsification of permit applicant qualification scores;

    (4) Failure to satisfy the minimum requirements of training courses;

    (5) Conviction for a criminal offense that would preclude the licensee from purchasing or possessing a firearm; or

    (6) Conviction for a criminal offense involving the distribution, use, or possession of a controlled substance.

    B. The Secretary shall provide written notification to a person whose Qualified Handgun Instructor License is revoked.

    C. A written notice of revocation shall contain the reasons the license was revoked and a statement of the person’s appeal rights.

    D. A person whose Qualified Handgun Instructor License is revoked shall return the license to the Licensing Division, Department of State Police within 10 days after receipt of the notice of revocation.