A new law that went into Monday lightens restrictions on where you can carry and keep your gun, but it's raising concerns that it could lead to more crime.
Tennessee handgun permit holders can now carry and store their gun in their cars while they're at work. But one Nashville group worries that could tempt car thieves.
The Nashville Fraternal order of Police says they worry about weapons being stolen from cars, and they recommend gun owners store their weapon properly. They ask that guns be out of sight so a potential car thief doesn't see it.
One gun safety instructor even recommends putting your gun in a safe in your car.
Before you leave a gun in your car at work, police say you should check with your employer. An employer can still fire someone if the business has a policy against guns.