Franklin Parish Sheriff’s Office Conducts Church Concealed Carry Class
Posted on December 19, 2017 at 3:03 PM
The Franklin Parish Sheriff’s Office hosted the first Church Concealed Carry Course last week on Tuesday, December 12, 2017, and Thursday, December 14, 2017. Near forty people who are members of churches throughout the parish received eight hours of training, as required by Louisiana State Statute.
Sheriff Cobb says this will be the first of many classes we hope to offer to extend training to those who are interested. We plan on offering a second training in January to those who were unable to attend the first training.
Special thanks goes to Kayla Blossom, Rex Barker, Joey Cordill, Joe Doughty, Brandon Loman, Phillip Mulkey, David Rigdon, Todd Roberts and Peyton Sparks who assisted in organizing and instructing the course.
If you attend a church in Franklin Parish and are interested in signing up for our next class (dates to be determined), please contact David Rigdon or Kayla Blossom at (318)435-4505. If your church is interested in a local church meeting on various aspects of Church Security, you can also contact David or Kayla and they will discuss options with you.
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