Was in a fender bender today in a very small Tennessee town - got rear-ended at low speed by a teen in his dad's pick-em-up. Town police officer happened by and joined us within two minutes. I approached him as he was walking over and handed him my out-of-state driver's license and concealed carry permit, telling him I was carrying. He calmly asked where the gun was, I told him, and he asked that I put it in my car's glove box until we finished with all the reporting on the accident. No panic, no request to hold the firearm, all calm and polite and easy. Two more local LEOs arrived, (slow Sunday, you know), and in talking to one of them, found that the attending officer is brand new on the force, in his final week of field training - the new arrival was his Field Training Officer. I told the FTO about how the young officer handled my carry report, complimenting him on his professionalism. Really nice to be reminded that LEOs are, and most often act like, the good guys we want them to be. BTW, TN is really good about honoring most all other states' concealed carry permits. I had checked that before the trip.