Same with ex military. Evaluate them for a number of years, depression is a killer that can boil over anytime.
So because of this next singular sensational and extremely rare event, we're going to chase after it with legislation now, making well trained gun handlers undergo evaluations after being fired, but not other people? And why is that? Another government benefit on the taxpayers dime? This is exactly what I'm talking about. Suddenly people who do know how to shoot and trained experts in firearms are more dangerous than their untrained counterparts who are equally capable of rage and violence. Reactionary policy that fits specific events like a glove might prevent very specific and rare events, but I'm sure the next time a non-cop seeks revenge with a gun for getting fired (or whatever), it'll be more boo-bait for the bubbas to disarm non-cops. Yet when a cop freaks out they're silent as a corpse.
Maybe we should ask why depression is rampant in our ex-military before chasing after phantom problems that don't exist like the much-vaunted "lack of training" as the favorite issue that has dominated so many discussions about guns here lately.