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    Applying for a Concealed Firearm Permit in Los Angeles...

    Originally Posted by Mlopez535 View Comment
    Hi RoundEye, do you think I should risk denial applying if my main cause is that I work security? I meet every requirement and will start working security with the sheriff next month. I'm debating if I should go for it, or just move to San Bernardino for the sake of ccw.
    It sounds like your situation satisfies item B of the requirements outlined in the Assenza, et al. v. City of Los Angeles, et al. suit.

    Good Cause

    Good cause shall be deemed to exist, and a license will issue in the absence of strong countervailing factors, upon a showing of any of the following circumstances: a) The applicant is able to establish that there is an immediate or continuing threat, express or implied, to the applicant's safety, or the applicant's family's safety, and that no other reasonable means
    exist which would suffice to neutralize that threat; b) The applicant is employed in the field of security, has all requisite licenses, is employed by a security firm having all requisite licenses, and provides satisfactory proof that his or her work is of such a nature that it requires the carrying of a concealed weapon; c) The applicant has obtained, or is a person included within the protections of a court order which establishes that the applicant is the on-going victim of a threat or physical violence or otherwise meets the criteria set forth in Penal Code Section 26175; d) The applicant establishes that circumstances exist requiring him or her to transport in public significant amounts of valuable property which it is impractical or impracticable to entrust to the protection of armored car services or equivalent services for safe transportation of valuables; e) The applicant establishes that he or she is subject to a particular and unusual danger of physical attack and that no reasonable means are available to abate that threat.
    Posted 11-10-2018 at 11:51 AM by RoundEye RoundEye is offline

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