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Concealed Pistol License


CAUTION:  The information contained in this link provides only a general overview of the concealed pistol laws and is not comprehensive.  State law governing this area changes rapidly and amendments occur on a regular basis.  This site may not reflect recent changes in the law.  Concealed Pistol License (CPL) holders are cautioned that they have the burden of knowing their rights and responsibilities under the law and should contact their local Prosecuting Attorney's office if they have specific questions.

The Monroe County Concealed Weapon Licensing Board meets the 3rd Thursday of each month at 9:00 a.m. in the Prosecutor’s Office located in the Courthouse at 125 East Second Street in Monroe, Michigan, except when the date falls on a holiday.  The meetings are open to the public and the dates are posted in the Courthouse at the beginning of each year.


 Monroe County Concealed Weapon Licensing Board

William Paul Nichols,Monroe County Prosecuting Attorney (Chair)

Dale Malone, Monroe County Sheriff (Member)

F/Lt. Mary Kapp, Michigan State Police Post Commander (Member) 

Sharon Lemasters (Clerk)

This section of the Monroe County Prosecuting Attorney's website features a synopsis of the parts of the Concealed Pistol laws affecting private citizens along with information on how to apply for a Concealed Pistol License (CPL).  A complete copy of the law is available through the local library or on the Internet at  www.michiganlegislature.org. In addition, a copy of a compilation of the firearms laws of this State is furnished upon filing an application.


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