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Nevada Laws Relating to Workplace Violence

Filed under Managing the Workplace. Fact checked on May 25, 2012.

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A summary of Nevada laws relating to weapons and conduct that impact workplace violence.

It is unlawful in Nevada to carry a concealed weapon, loaded or unloaded pistol, revolver, firearm or other dangerous or deadly weapon carried on the person in a manner so as not to be discernible by ordinary observation, without a permit.

Every individual who obtains a permit to carry a concealed weapon must carry the permit or a duplicate copy, together with proper identification whenever the individual is in possession of a concealed firearm.

Even with a permit, an individual may not carry a concealed firearm into:

  • any facility of a law enforcement agency
  • a prison, county or city jail or detention facility
  • a courthouse or courtroom
  • any facility of a public or private school
  • any facility of a vocational or technical school or of the University and Community College System of Nevada
  • buildings owned or occupied by the federal, state or a local government
  • any other place in which the carrying of concealed firearms is prohibited by state or federal law

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