Colorado State releases draft of campus gun ban
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – The Colorado State University System has released a draft of a proposed policy that would ban weapons from its Fort Collins and Pueblo campuses.
The draft, issued Wednesday, provides exemptions for certified law enforcement officers, military personnel and ROTC drill teams.
It also allows the CSU police chief to grant exemptions for educational purposes and to people who face a serious threat, if they have a concealed-carry permit.
It would allow the CSU police to store weapons for employees, students and visitors.
CSU officials say suggestions on the policy’s definitions, exemptions, storage plans and timelines will be accepted through Jan. 29.
The CSU System Board of Governors will consider the final draft at a meeting in Pueblo in February.
On the Net:
Draft weapons policy: http://safety.colostate.edu/