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Wisconsin: Lieutenant says lack of required training doesn't worry him

 It's no longer a requirement to have four hours of training before receiving a concealed carry permit in Wisconsin, according to JSOnline.com, but one Sussex lieutenant isn't worried. Lt. Jim Gumm of Sussex Police Services doesn't think this will be a major problem in the village. "I'm not worried, and my reason for that is that police officers have a level of training that prepares us for that sort of thing," Gumm said. "We're trained to expect the unknown, so I don't think this will be any different for us as officers."

Read About It: The Sussex Patch (Wisc.)
Posted: 11/14/2011 9:34:48 AM

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