Concealed Weapon Instructor Has License Revoked| 3/11/2013
According to the Attorney Generalís Office, the Bureau of Criminal Investigation looked into complaints that classes Heilman taught didnít comply with state regulations. The complaints were that Heilman was providing applicants with manuals marked up to correspond with questions on tests. The BCI also found that Heilman was providing information about Utah laws during the classroom instruction, which is also a violation.
The Attorney Generalís Office adds that Heilman was warned by the BCI in the past for other violations. Heilman is the fourth concealed weapons instructor to have their license revoked in the past two years.
The BCI will accept applications from people who took classes from Heilman through March 10, 2013. Applications already submitted will not be affected. People registered for Heilmanís upcoming classes will have to make other arrangements.