When an employee leaves Department property or Agency-authorized firearms in an unattended vehicle, the vehicle must be locked, the property and firearms placed in a locking device (i.e., MCT mount or Agency-approved gun-securing device), and if the vehicle is equipped with an alarm system, it is the employee’s responsibility to ensure that the alarm is operational and activated.
Don't give criminals the chance to steal your gun in a car burglary! Never leave a gun in your car - locked or not.. pic.twitter.com/Kyy2ZS8G4o— Orlando Police (@OrlandoPolice) August 25, 2016
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