Become a member of the CCW Safe NYPDRSA Basic with Spouse Program.
The CCW Safe Protector basic with Spouse covers a current member of NYPD Retired Sergeants Association and spouse for any criminal, civil or administrative legal action stemming from a self-defense incident (OFF-DUTY incidents only). The spouse may carry under CCW permit or Provisional terms of the Terms of Service. This plan is non-transferrable. The Primary member must either carry under HR218 for Law Enforcement members or have a concealed carry permit. LEOSA annual status and All permits must remain valid. Will need to submit proof to verify eligibility for this plan. The Primary member and Spouse will be covered (up to 500k bond) for all legal use of force responses to life threatening attacks at your home, in your vehicle and any place it is legal to carry in public (where covered under HR218 or where your permits are honored) or on premises in which possession of a firearm is not illegal (all legal weapons covered).
All other family members under the age of 18 that reside within the residence of the Primary member, who are not prohibited from possessing a firearm, shall be covered at no additional cost for incidents occurring within the residence ONLY Those family members shall be covered up to a 250k bond. No additional discounts codes shall be applied to this special price plan and annual payments only. This plan includes a spouse with permit to be covered outside the home.
- Access to our 24-hour emergency hotline
- Critical Response Team on site
- $500,000 bail coverage
- Vetting of Attorneys by National Trial Counsel
- Unlimited Attorney fees covered up front
- Unlimited Investigators covered up front
- Unlimited Expert Witnesses covered up front
- All trial fees covered up front
- Firearm Replacement during trial
- Spouse and children under 18 covered in home only
- Up to $250 a day work loss while in criminal or civil trial
- up to 10 sessions (up to $4k) for a licensed counselor
- up to $3k for crime scene clean-up home*
- Appeals and expungements covered