Law enforcement officers may wear their side arms in court facilities when they are in uniform or have their credentials visibly
displayed on their person:
- When they are present due to a court order or subpoena in a criminal matter they may bypass the security
screening station and proceed to the appropriate court with their weapon(s).
- In non-criminal matters, upon written order of the court, a law enforcement officer may
bypass security screening and proceed to the appropriate court with his or her weapon.
- When a law enforcement officer, investigator or agency contacts
the court that a protected witness is to be escorted to court, the
officers may bypass the security screening station and proceed to the
appropriate court with their weapons. The security office must be notified
in advance by the court so that appropriate arrangements can be made