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Old 07-21-2017, 10:09 AM
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Good guy. Did my background. He's a true believer in concealed carry. Had a question about someone with my name getting a divorce in San Bernardino. Besides that we just had a basic chat. Do a google search on him and you can find a bit about his background.
Awesome thank you for the reply! Ill do a quick Google search and see what i come up with!
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Old 07-21-2017, 10:10 AM
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He was my BG investigator. Super nice guy. Not in the 'I'm your buddy so you can tell me anything' background investigator way either.

He and I had a lot to chat about. My reserve academy days, my wifes work, etc. He approved my background packet just for it to get the kibosh by Sheriff Dean.

As for my appeal, Capt. so&so stated indirectly that I shouldn't even bother. I've yet to hear of any successful court cases for appeal either.
Damn, sorry to hear all that... thanks for the insight on Bernzott though!
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So I finished my 8 hour class about a month ago today and I have confirmed that they received it June 29th. I have called twice since then to schedule my final appointment to get my hard card but no one has gotten back to me. How long has everyone else waited to get a call for your final appointment?

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Old 07-25-2017, 7:32 AM
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So I finished my 8 hour class about a month ago today and I have confirmed that they received it June 29th. I have called twice since then to schedule my final appointment to get my hard card but no one has gotten back to me. How long has everyone else waited to get a call for your final appointment?

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Thanks! Kept on getting a voicemail. Found another number and have my appointment for August 8!
I'm having the same issue... Care to PM me the other phone number? The one I keep using goes to VM every time.....
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I'm having the same issue... Care to PM me the other phone number? The one I keep using goes to VM every time.....
Pm sent. It's the number in the application's general instructions. Got a live person immediately.
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Old 07-26-2017, 9:22 AM
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4/12/17 - Turned in app, scanned
7/26/17 - Received a call to schedule an interview on 8/2. That was quicker than expected.
8/2/17 - Interview with Detective Jones. He said 4-5 weeks for my approval letter.
8/23/17 - approval letter received. Training scheduled.

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Old 08-02-2017, 3:28 PM
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Default Got my permit today!

Timeline for those who are wondering:
12-27-16 - Initial Appointment for fingerprinting and to turn in app - Simi/Olsen Station
6-6-17 - Interview with VCSD Detective Divorak - Ventura Government Center
7-2-17 & 7-8-17 CCW training & qualifications class
7-11-17 email sent for hard card for appointment
7-18-17 email response received from VCSD with appt. for 8-2-17
8-2-17 pick up hard card & all done!
TIME = 7mths 6 days

Just for kicks - I did my Florida permit, too, right after training & qualifications.
7-12-17 mailed in FL app & required materials
7-28-17 FL app approved, license issued and hard card mailed out to me
TIME = 16 days
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Old 08-08-2017, 4:26 PM
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Applied October 12, 2016 and picked up my hard card today. Also sent a request for an Arizona permit today.
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Old 08-09-2017, 4:18 PM
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Update!

Had my interview on 12JUL. Pretty quick. I have no record or anything.

Just received my approval letter today! Now I have to just do the training and schedule an appointment for my hard card.

I dropped off my application on Feb 1st. So about 7 months from initial drop off to approval letter.
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Old 10-07-2017, 8:17 AM
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4/12/17 - Turned in app, scanned
7/26/17 - Received a call to schedule an interview on 8/2. That was quicker than expected.
8/2/17 - Interview with Detective Jones. He said 4-5 weeks for my approval letter.
8/23/17 - approval letter received. Training scheduled.
9/3/17 - HARD CARD IN HAND!

Could have had it 2-3 weeks earlier but my schedule delayed training and final appointment. Turn around has improved in Ventura!

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Old 10-07-2017, 8:37 AM
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The time seems to be getting shorter. I've been holding off but perhaps I should go forward with this.
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Old 11-02-2017, 8:38 AM
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The time seems to be getting shorter. I've been holding off but perhaps I should go forward with this.
I had a student yesterday who submitted his app, had his interview 3 weeks later and received his approval letter 3 weeks after that. Now is definitely a great time to apply!!!!!!
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Old 11-13-2017, 4:58 PM
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Just got mine on 11/9. started in March, so about 8 1/2 months in Ventura Co.
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Old 01-08-2018, 7:11 PM
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Okay so quick question.
Do you still need to call and make an appointment to drop off your application?
Also my most recent handgun purchase was put on a delay, will that possibly affect the outcome of a CCW?
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Okay so quick question.
Do you still need to call and make an appointment to drop off your application?
Also my most recent handgun purchase was put on a delay, will that possibly affect the outcome of a CCW?
No appointments accepted. The new policy is on their website. There are specific days and hours that they accept applications on a first come first serve basis.

Don't worry about the delay. It's becoming typical for DOJ to randomly put delays on firearms being purchased by people who have never had an issue before.
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Old 01-21-2018, 12:29 PM
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Timeline for those who are wondering:
12-27-16 - Initial Appointment for fingerprinting and to turn in app - Simi/Olsen Station
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Apps can be turned in at the Olsen Rd. Sheriff's office in Simi?

Or, is this old news, and apps must be delivered to the main station in Ventura?
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Does anyone know how the new incoming Sheriff feels about CCW
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Old 01-22-2018, 7:28 AM
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Does anyone know how the new incoming Sheriff feels about CCW
Dean is not retiring until after the potential Nov Sheriffs election. Whoever is appointed to replace him until January will very likely be the Sheriff Elect (who's term starts in Jan 2019). I use the word "potential" because if any candidate gets more than 50% of the vote, or if there is only one candidate in June, there will be no further election for Sheriff in Nov.

The only declared candidate I know of so far is Assistant Sheriff Bill Ayub. He has publicly stated he will continue the current CCW policy of VCSD. He's been endorsed by multiple entities so far.

https://www.williamayubforsheriff.co...d-weapons.html

Other potential candidates include the Ventura City CoP and the Oxnard CoP. The deadline for filing to run in March 15 IIRC...
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Does anyone know exactly what is looked at when an app is submitted. I have reviewed the info on the vcso site but it is very general. I would prefer to clear any potential issues on my end prior to submitting. I have a ticket from 3 years ago and a couple blemishes on my credit report.

Sorry if this has been asked but I could not find the info. Thank you
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Just finished my renewal and submitted the packet on 1/5/18 and it was approved around 1/31/18. Not a bad turn around, just waiting to hear back on scheduling my card pick up. Also, shout out to CSACANNONEER for a great renewal class!
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Does anyone know exactly what is looked at when an app is submitted. I have reviewed the info on the vcso site but it is very general. I would prefer to clear any potential issues on my end prior to submitting. I have a ticket from 3 years ago and a couple blemishes on my credit report.
A single ticket shouldn't be an issue, unless that ticket involved a DUI or reckless driving deal. Speeding shouldn't be an issue. Make sure you provide as much info about the ticket as you can both on the app and during the interview. They seem to be looking for patterns, multiple tickets, things that show you are not a responsible individual. The phrase "excessive negative LEA interaction" is the best term I have found.
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Sorry if this has been covered.

After you turn in your initial application can you ever add a gun before the CCW is issued? I may go apply just wondering if I happen to get a gun mid-process if I could add it.
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Old 03-23-2018, 7:52 PM
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Ventura County CCW Timeline

Reporting my very fast timeline for CCW

12/08/2017 - Application Submitted (Live Scan Same Day)
01/12/2018 - Interview with Darryl Erickson
02/02/2018 - Approval Letter Sent
02/05/2018 - Approval Letter Received

***29 day delay*** (my search for specific gun to add to my permit)

03/06/2018 - Training Started (DROS delayed same day completion, add 6 more days)
03/12/2018 - Training Completed (Shot test for the final gun)
03/16/2018 - Training Certificate Received by Sheriff
03/19/2018 - Emailed Sheriff Office to Pick Up Hard Card
03/21/2018 - Sheriff Office Set Appt to Pick Up Permit
03/29/2018 - Picked Up Hard Card... ;o)

So excluding my 35 days to find, ppt & wait for my new gun to add to the permit (a G30) that's a total of 83 days start to finish... or 2 months & 3 weeks.

I'd say living in Ventura County has it's benefits!
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After you turn in your initial application can you ever add a gun before the CCW is issued? I may go apply just wondering if I happen to get a gun mid-process if I could add it.

Yea you can. I did. Just make sure you list it on your qualification paperwork or prior to final meeting. Need to qualify with it though.
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Yea you can. I did. Just make sure you list it on your qualification paperwork or prior to final meeting. Need to qualify with it though.
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Old 03-27-2018, 3:19 PM
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So for those of you who have not been following, only 1 candidate for Ventura County Sherriff position was certified as of the deadline on 15 March. That candidate was Bill Ayub. His should be the only name for Sherriff on the ballot in June. Since he is running unopposed, he will be the next Sherriff of Ventura County, and the position will not be on the Nov ballot.

Once Sherriff Dean retires in the Nov timeframe, the winner of the election will likely be appointed by the county board as the "interim" Sherriff until the new term starts in Jan 2019.

Bill Ayub has publically stated that he will continue the current CCW licensing policy if elected.

https://www.vcstar.com/story/news/20...ice/422366002/
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So for those of you who have not been following, only 1 candidate for Ventura County Sherriff position was certified as of the deadline on 15 March. That candidate was Bill Ayub. His should be the only name for Sherriff on the ballot in June. Since he is running unopposed, he will be the next Sherriff of Ventura County, and the position will not be on the Nov ballot.

Once Sherriff Dean retires in the Nov timeframe, the winner of the election will likely be appointed by the county board as the "interim" Sherriff until the new term starts in Jan 2019.

Bill Ayub has publically stated that he will continue the current CCW licensing policy if elected.

https://www.vcstar.com/story/news/20...ice/422366002/
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So I heard that ventura is 18 and up for ccw, is this true? May need to move to ventura county asap
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Not as of 16 April 2018. The Policy is here:

http://www.vcsd.org/pdf/CCW%20Applic...%204-16-18.pdf
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Holy Smokes!
I vaguely remembered that I'd have to renew my CCW not earlier than 90 days before it expires, and when I just casually checked 2 days ago, I learned it's not earlier than 120 days, and not later than 90.

My 90 days would be hit coming Monday, which is a legal holiday, so I have my renewal application (plus 2 printed out packages, just in case) ready to submit tomorrow morning, on Friday. It's effectively the ONE and ONLY day I can do that without my CCW expiring!

My question is, how busy are they in the morning in Ventura as it's a first come, first serve situation now?
Should I be there before they open at 8:00 or what would you suggest?
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Hardly ever a line... maybe one person. I dropped off my wife's application on 05/07... easy breezy. They are super fast on renewals too. My buddy just went through in under 45 days.
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Holy Smokes!
I vaguely remembered that I'd have to renew my CCW not earlier than 90 days before it expires, and when I just casually checked 2 days ago, I learned it's not earlier than 120 days, and not later than 90.

My 90 days would be hit coming Monday, which is a legal holiday, so I have my renewal application (plus 2 printed out packages, just in case) ready to submit tomorrow morning, on Friday. It's effectively the ONE and ONLY day I can do that without my CCW expiring!

My question is, how busy are they in the morning in Ventura as it's a first come, first serve situation now?
Should I be there before they open at 8:00 or what would you suggest?
I went in to drop off my application a few weeks ago on a Monday around 1pm. There was only one person ahead of me. I was in and out in 10 minutes.

Just waiting for my call to schedule the interview.
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Started the process today! Dropped of app at VCSO. One guy ahead of me filling out renewal app at the window. Had mine all ready. took 5 minutes maybe. Funny thing is a guy came up for livescan at next window, with an appt. Sign says appointment only. I finished app while he's still there so I asked if I can go next. Answer: NO. Asked if I could make appt for next window after 'him'. NO. No body in the waiting area. Oh well.

Here we go!
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Thanks, guys!
I was there at 7:45, number 4 in line. Smooth process, out a few minutes later.
Waiting for "the call" now.
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How are recent apps coming along for everyone? I applied in early May and got my live scan turned in by mid May, 7 weeks and no phone call, only the email saying thanks for sending in the live scan.
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This is more for the people who have been denied. Has anyone been able to get a copy of their paperwork from the interview and a written reason for denial?

I am asking because the reason I was denied two years ago hasn't sat well with me. Especially since the reason has nothing to do with my moral character, but that is what is listed. According to the Capt. who handles these matters, when the reason doesn't fall under lack of good cause they have to put it somewhere so lack of moral character is the reason they list. I want to reapply but I would like to officially know why?
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How are recent apps coming along for everyone? I applied in early May and got my live scan turned in by mid May, 7 weeks and no phone call, only the email saying thanks for sending in the live scan.
I did my live scan in early June 2018 and the sheriff tech who fingerprinted me said it was three months before we should hear results of background investigation.
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My background cleared quickly (there is an online link somewhere to check that) but my interview took 6 weeks. I was lucky though, others I know are going on 3 months without an interview.
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My background cleared quickly (there is an online link somewhere to check that) but my interview took 6 weeks. I was lucky though, others I know are going on 3 months without an interview.
Be happy.

I first applied in 2014 shortly after they started issuing. Took 8 months for an interview and I got my license 3 days short of the 1 year mark for dropping off the app (thats 11 Months and 27 days from App drop to issue).

Things have gotten WAAAAAY better.
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