(A) Rules governing the training of tactical medical professionals to qualify them
to carry firearms while on duty under section 109.771 of the Revised Code. The rules shall specify the amount of training necessary for the satisfactory completion
of training programs at approved peace officer training schools, other than the Ohio
peace officer training academy. The rules shall include all of the following:
(1) For all such professionals, a requirement that the professional shall receive
firearms training through a program approved by the Ohio peace officer training commission
and training in any additional subjects deemed necessary by the Ohio peace officer
(2) For such professionals seeking certification to carry a rifle or carbine, a requirement
that, in addition to the training described in division (A)(1) of this section, the
professional shall receive training with respect to the carrying and use of rifles
and carbines through a program approved by the Ohio peace officer training commission.
(B) Rules authorizing and governing the attendance of tactical medical professionals
at approved peace officer training schools, including the Ohio peace officer training
academy, to receive training to qualify them to carry firearms while on duty under
section 109.771 of the Revised Code, and the certification of the professionals upon their satisfactory completion of
training programs providing that training.
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