39-17-1309 and 49-7-118 Scenario

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39-17-1309 and 49-7-118 Scenario

Postby fl0at » Fri Mar 04, 2011 10:31 am

TCA 49-7-118 (d) gives campus police officers the authority to enforce laws not only on campus, but also on public roads and such between and bordering campus.

49-7-118 (d) wrote:When properly commissioned and qualified in accordance with the policies of the board of regents and board of trustees, the police officers shall have all the police powers necessary to enforce all state laws as well as rules and regulations of the board of regents and the board of trustees. The authority granted extends to all facilities or property owned, leased or operated by the board of regents or the board of trustees, including any public roads or rights-of-way that are contiguous to, within the perimeter of or connect between the facilities, property or interests of a particular institution.


And TCA 39-17-1309 makes it an offense to carry:
39-18-1309 wrote:on any public or private school campus, grounds, recreation area, athletic field or any other property owned, used or operated by any board of education, school, college or university board of trustees, regents or directors for the administration of any public or private educational institution.


Given this, does this mean that if I keep my weapon in my vehicle, not parked on school property, but on a city street between or bordering campus, that I am in violation of 39-17-1309, simply because campus police "use" those roads in accordance with 49-17-118 for administration of state law and school code?
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Re: 39-17-1309 and 49-7-118 Scenario

Postby SomeGuy » Fri Mar 04, 2011 8:44 pm

Makes me wonder particularly about driving through campus.
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Re: 39-17-1309 and 49-7-118 Scenario

Postby macville » Fri Mar 04, 2011 10:06 pm

You guys do know that it's legal for a non student with an HCP to have a loaded firearm in their car while on school property as long as it's not handled, right?
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Re: 39-17-1309 and 49-7-118 Scenario

Postby fl0at » Sat Mar 05, 2011 12:54 pm

macville wrote:You guys do know that it's legal for a non student with an HCP to have a loaded firearm in their car while on school property as long as it's not handled, right?


Great. For those non-students. I, however, happen to be a non-non student; aka: student.
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Re: 39-17-1309 and 49-7-118 Scenario

Postby SomeGuy » Sun Mar 06, 2011 10:01 am

I too fall back in that catagory now. I start my Masters this May.
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