(a) No peace officer who is retired after January 1, 1989, because of a psychological
disability shall be issued an endorsement to carry a concealed and loaded firearm
pursuant to this article.
(b) A retired peace officer may have the privilege to carry a concealed and loaded
firearm revoked or denied by violating any departmental rule, or state or federal
law that, if violated by an officer on active duty, would result in that officer's
arrest, suspension, or removal from the agency.
(c) An identification certificate authorizing the officer to carry a concealed and
loaded firearm or an endorsement on the certificate may be immediately and temporarily
revoked by the issuing agency when the conduct of a retired peace officer compromises
(d) An identification certificate authorizing the officer to carry a concealed and
loaded firearm or an endorsement may be permanently revoked or denied by the issuing
agency only upon a showing of good cause. Good cause shall be determined at a hearing, as specified in Section 26320.
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