Police Chief Walt Miller stated that ... “I am encouraged that schools and universities will be kept as a 'gun-free zone,'” March 13, 2014
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Criminal Kills One, Injures Three At North Arizona University
Posted by Bob Owens on October 9, 2015 at 7:39 am
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Definition of a weapon
Arizona Board of Regents Policy 5-308 defines a weapon as follows:
“Weapon” refers to any object or substance designed to (or which could be reasonably expected to) inflict a wound, cause injury, incapacitate, or cause death, including, without limitation, all firearms (loaded and unloaded, simulated and real), devices designed to expel a projectile (such as bb guns, air guns, pellet guns, and potato guns), electronic control devices such as tasers or stun guns, swords, knives with blades of 5 inches or longer, martial arts weapons, bows and arrows, and chemicals such as mace, tear gas, or oleoresin capsicum, but excluding normally available over-the-counter self defense chemical repellents.
Prohibited acts concerning weapons
Use, possession, display, or storage of any weapon, dangerous instrument, explosive material or device, fireworks, bomb-making materials or dangerous chemical on university property, at a university sponsored activity or in violation of law or university policy, is not permitted unless one of the following exceptions apply:
The person is transporting or storing a lawfully possessed firearm within a motor vehicle. If the vehicle is unattended, the firearm must be either within a locked compartment or within a locked vehicle. The firearm must also be stored out of plain sight. The university may require those choosing to store firearms within their vehicles to park in designated areas.
The person is authorized to carry weapons by Arizona or federal statutes concerning law enforcement officers.
The person is authorized in writing by university officials with the authority to grant permission to possess weapons for academic or other legitimate university business.
Non-compliance will result in disciplinary action up to, and including, arrest.
Per A.R.S. §13-3102.A.1.b, a person contacted by law enforcement is required to inform the law enforcement officer if they are carrying a concealed weapon, and the officer asks if they are armed. This violation is a class 1 misdemeanor.