California Counties

Law Enforcement:

We have taken the liberty, in the interests of providing our visitors with a complete and accurate picture, of copying some of your pages regarding CCW issue from your website to this website. We have credited your original website as appropriate.


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Alpine County

This county has a very high rate of issuance, as close to “Shall Issue” as we can expect.

Amador County

This county has a very high rate of issuance, as close to “Shall Issue” as we can expect.

Butte County

This county is nearly “Shall Issue”.

Calaveras County

This county has a very high rate of issuance, as close to “Shall Issue” as we can expect.

Del Norte County

This county is nearly “Shall Issue”.

Glenn County

This county is nearly “Shall Issue”.

Kern County
Recent news about changed policies and an article regarding Kern County originally published in the Bakersfield Californian.

Lake County Denial
Letter to the Editor of a Lake County newspaper, describing illegal discrimination in the denial of a CCW.
We have included this in News and in Counties.

Marin County
Information regarding Marin County from the Marin County Independant Journal.

Mendocino County

http://mendocinosheriff.com/services/ccw/index.html

http://www.mendocinosheriff.com/services/ccw/ccw_process.html
Official information from the Mendocino County website.

Napa County
From: Official website.

Q. How do I get a Concealed Weapons Permit?

A. To get a C.C.W. you must meet the following criteria:

· Proof of residency in the unincorporated area of Napa County or in the cities of American Canyon or Yountville.
· Complete an approved 16 hour C.C.W. course.
· Bring a current photo.
· Complete an application, which includes, personal and employment information, the description of weapons you intend to carry and have a VALID reason for wanting to carry a concealed weapon.
· Pay a fee of $117.00 valid for two years
· Be interviewed by the Field Operations Captain or the Undersheriff
· Have no criminal record
· Renewals are $62.00 every two years.
· Failure to renew on time will result in having to complete the full application process again.

Placer County
Official information from the Placer County website.

Plumas County

This county is nearly “Shall Issue”.
Sacramento County
Official Information regarding Sacramento County.

San Benito County
Official information from the San Benito County website.

San Bernadino County
Information regarding San Bernardino County.

San Diego County
Information from the official San Diego Sheriff’s website.

Santa Barbara County
Information regarding Santa Barbara County, provided by JonM.

Shasta County
Information regarding Shasta County.

Stanislaus County
Information regarding Stanislaus County.

Sutter County
Official Information regarding Sutter County.

Tehama County

This county is nearly “Shall Issue”.

Yolo County

http://www.yolocountysheriff.com/forms-fees/

Information regarding Yolo County.

Yuba County
Information regarding Yuba

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