Wisconsin Administrative Code
(Jus) - Department of Justice
Jus 18 - Certification Of Former Federal Law Enforcement Officers
Jus 18.06 - Revocation of a concealed carry certification card
§ Jus 18.06. Revocation of a concealed carry certification card
(1) If the department at any time obtains information establishing that an individual who holds a concealed carry certification card under this chapter is prohibited by federal law from possessing a firearm, the department shall revoke the certification card and shall send the individual written notice of revocation. The notice shall include a statement of the reasons and factual basis for the revocation and shall be accompanied by a copy of any pertinent records supporting the revocation. The notice shall also advise the individual of the right to seek administrative review of the revocation pursuant to s. Jus 18.08.
(2) Any notice of revocation issued by the department under sub. (1) shall instruct the individual whose certification card has been revoked to do one of the following within 7 days:
(a) Deliver the revoked certification card to the department either personally or by certified mail.
(b) Mail to the department a dated and signed statement indicating that the individual no longer has possession of the revoked certification card and explaining the reasons why he or she no longer has possession.
(3) Any revocation of a certification card under this section shall take effect on the date on which the notice of revocation is issued by the department.
(4) If an individual whose concealed carry certification card has been properly revoked by the department pursuant to this section wishes to again obtain a concealed carry certification card pursuant to s. 175.49(3), Stats., the individual shall apply for a new certification card pursuant to s. Jus 18.04 and satisfy all requirements of that section, including the payment of all applicable fees.(CR 12-030: cr. Register May 2013 No. 689, eff. 6-1-13.)