CKC(REGULATION) - SAFETY PROGRAM/RISK MANAGEMENT: EMERGENCY PLANS
Any employee eligible and authorized to possess and carry a concealed handgun on District premises, in accordance with CKC(LOCAL), must have and maintain a concealed handgun license (CHL) as issued by the state of Texas under Chapter 411 of the Texas Government Code.
In addition to possessing a CHL, as provided by the state of Texas, and receiving written authorization by the Board, an authorized employee must also receive training, before being certified by the Superintendent to carry a concealed handgun under CKC(LOCAL), which covers the following topics:
Protection of students;
Interaction of CHL holders with first responders;
Tactics for denying an intruder entry into a classroom or school facility; and
Methods for increasing an authorized employee's accuracy with a handgun while under duress.
Psychological Fitness Test
Before an employee can be certified by the Superintendent to carry a concealed handgun on District premises under CKC(LOCAL), the employee must take a psychological examination to affirmatively determine that he or she is psychologically fit to engage an active shooter in an emergency situation.
Absent such an affirmative determination, an employee will not be certified by the Superintendent to carry a concealed handgun on District premises under CKC(LOCAL).
The results of such an examination must be provided to the Superintendent.
An authorized and certified employee must certify to the Superintendent in writing annually, before the first day of instruction of each school year, that he or she has practiced loading, unloading, and shooting the employee's primary concealed firearm with a minimum of 100 rounds of ammunition.
Scope of Authorization
Any employee eligible and authorized to possess and carry a concealed handgun on District premises, in accordance with CKC(LOCAL), may use deadly force in accordance with the deadly force statutes of the state of Texas to defend himself, herself, or third parties.