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That's only 1 good cause statement
There's only one permit issue from the San Francisco Sheriff's Office.
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How in the world can they issue without a policy? More importantly....How can they DENY once they issued without a policy???


What about SFPD? Any permits issued by them?
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How in the world can they issue without a policy? More importantly....How can they DENY once they issued without a policy???


What about SFPD? Any permits issued by them?
SFPD is a personal project city of mine. Two licenses issued. One to a civilian (that they don't have records for for some reason, lost in a desk drawer), one is to a judge (a three year license). Another judge had no good cause at all, but unfortunately he is not with us anymore (passed on in 2008).
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SFPD is a personal project city of mine. Two licenses issued. One to a civilian (that they don't have records for for some reason, lost in a desk drawer), one is to a judge (a three year license). Another judge had no good cause at all, but unfortunately he is not with us anymore (passed on in 2008).
Well I'm sure SFPD will have their hands full with you. You probably already know this, but just in case; the city has a "sunshine ordinance" which is similar to the PRA. I'm not sure how they differ, but apparently you can request city records under this ordinance as well.
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Well I'm sure SFPD will have their hands full with you. You probably already know this, but just in case; the city has a "sunshine ordinance" which is similar to the PRA. I'm not sure how they differ, but apparently you can request city records under this ordinance as well.
I'm VERY aware of the Sunshine Ordinance and yes I have the records (or at least some of them).
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i'd think that esseff would be one of your special cases, gray, as it's both a city and a county unto itself. that alone has all sorts of strange complexities, considering the elected sheriff is no-issue and the appointed cop takes a pass.

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I thought SF has issued around 20 CCWs within the last 20 years
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I thought SF has issued around 20 CCWs within the last 20 years
That may be so. But CCW's need to be renewed. So its possible ones from 2-20 years ago were never renewed.
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Are we only able to get GC statements from currently active CCW's, but not from ones that were previously issued then allowed to expire?
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Are we only able to get GC statements from currently active CCW's, but not from ones that were previously issued then allowed to expire?
Generally public agencies can destroy documents after some period of time in accordance with statutory restrictions on record maintenance.
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We need more CCW permit holders in SF that is why I sponsored SF.
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We need more CCW permit holders in SF that is why I sponsored SF.
We also need more rainfall in Death Valley, which of the two do you suppose will happen first?
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We also need more rainfall in Death Valley, which of the two do you suppose will happen first?
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I'm hope'n you're right.
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Hennessey announced today that he will retire at the end of his term after 31 years on the job, so maybe some hope on the horizon! (Hey, it worked for Sac!)

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Hennessey announced today that he will retire at the end of his term after 31 years on the job, so maybe some hope on the horizon! (Hey, it worked for Sac!)

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Hey Egypt threw out Mubarak after 30 years... maybe he saw the writing on the walls.
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Hey Egypt threw out Mubarak after 30 years... maybe he saw the writing on the walls.
That, or probably getting out before pension reforms start gaining traction around here. Even the locals are getting riled up about that!
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That, or probably getting out before pension reforms start gaining traction around here. Even the locals are getting riled up about that!
Pffft. Too late for that.

I can't put my hands on the exact number, but I believe the Sheriff will likely retire on a "3% @ 50" plan, which pays him 100% of his highest pay after 30 years in service. So he'll pull down ~$200,000 or so in retirement...

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I can't put my hands on the exact number, but I believe the Sheriff will likely retire on a "3% @ 50" plan, which pays him 100% of his highest pay after 30 years in service. So he'll pull down ~$200,000 or so in retirement... --Neill
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More like a Criminal Servant... seeing as how he kept all the victims disarmed for his fellow criminals.
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his city-retirement caps-out at 90% of his highest year's pay (3% x 30yr @ age 60, or something). however, he missed the boat, as he could have gotten 1040hr of his sick leave paid to him if he retired before 01jul2010. that would have bumped his pay/pension even higher.

it's expected that ross mirkarimi will run for sheriff. he's not much different than a daly/hennessey hybrid. city voters seem to love him, so my guess is that he'll win. i don't think he has any leo experience, unless you count that he graduated from the SFPD Academy.

hopefully the deputy that last ran against hennessey will run again and have a good showing. or anyone else that respects 2a.

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As Supervisor, Ross has been a fearless advocate for public safety by supporting:
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o Gun-fire detecting sensors installed in Western Addition;
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Pffft. Too late for that.

I can't put my hands on the exact number, but I believe the Sheriff will likely retire on a "3% @ 50" plan, which pays him 100% of his highest pay after 30 years in service. So he'll pull down ~$200,000 or so in retirement...

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Looks like Mirkarimi won't be running unopposed next year. SFPD Officer Michael Evans has thrown his hat into the ring.

I don't know what his chances are against the established ruling class in SF, but he seems just a tad more qualified than Mr. Mirkarimi.

I wonder what his stance is on CCW?

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In December of 2000 Michael Evans began a career in Law Enforcement. Like many people in Law Enforcement Michael began his career in the U.S. Coast Guard 2000-2005. His time in the Coast Guard was spent conducting search and rescue operations in the Bering Sea and narcotics enforcement in the South Pacific Ocean. Michael also served during Operation Iraqi Freedom in the Persian Gulf and Operation Enduring Freedom. During Michael’s time in the U.S. Coast Guard Michael worked his way through the ranks to become an Operations Specialist 2nd Class. Michael attained a top secret security clearance. Michael also received numerous awards the Iraq Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Commandant’s Letter of Commendation, Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal, Coast Guard Meritorious Team Commendation, Coast Guard Meritorious Unit Commendation, National Defense Service Medal, and a Navy Commendation Award.

Michael joined the San Francisco Police Department in 2007. During his time in the department he has served at Mission Station, Taraval Station, and is now serving at Northern Station. During Michael’s time in the San Francisco Police Department he has received numerous Captains’ Commendations.

Michael was born in Dothan Alabama. Michael has a twin brother who is a police officer in Alabama, and a sister who also works for city Government in Alabama. Michael has received an associate’s degree from American Intercontinental University, where he graduated with honors.

Michael serves on the Board of Directors for the SFPD Pride Alliance, which represents the LGBT Police Officers within the SFPD. Michael is also serving on the Board of Directors for Protect and Defend (PAD), a non-profit organization which represents LGBT members of the military, police, fire, and EMS around the world.

Michael enjoys working in Law Enforcement and helping people within the community, traveling, and spending time with his family.
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Yeah, and Death Valley needs more rain!!
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Looks like Mirkarimi won't be running unopposed next year. SFPD Officer Michael Evans has thrown his hat into the ring.

I don't know what his chances are against the established ruling class in SF, but he seems just a tad more qualified than Mr. Mirkarimi.

I wonder what his stance is on CCW?

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Yes, Mike supports CCWs...
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thank heavens there's some competition. however, i think that this evans-fella needs a lot more exposure and help.

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I don't know what his chances are against the established ruling class in SF, but he seems just a tad more qualified than Mr. Mirkarimi.

I wonder what his stance is on CCW?

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ugh...it's going to be an uphill battle for michael evans.

http://www.kron4.com/Article.aspx?ArticleID=948

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San Francisco Sheriff Mike Hennessey, who announced earlier this year that he will step down after 31 years of service, is endorsing Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi for sheriff.

(Mirkarimi said) “I am extremely grateful for the support of Sheriff Hennessey. As a husband and father, my commitment to San Francisco will be to always put the safety of our city first. And, I will do my best to continue the independent, innovative policies that have helped San Francisco lead the way in reforming criminal justice and seeking new solutions to our society’s most entrenched and difficult problems.”
after the nordyke decision, sf may not be getting ccw for a long time.
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San Francisco Residents,

I need at least one adult over the age of 21 with a clean (read: no criminal) history and exemplary "moral character" to go physically to the San Francisco Sheriff's Dept. office and request a copy of their Carry License policy and all application forms ASAP.
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Anyone that goes to the Sheriff's Dept. should be well-groomed, dressed appropriately to represent a positive image, and comfortable answering any adversarial questions they might pose (e.g. "Why do you need a CCW?", "What makes you think you should be able to carry a gun?"). Please do not represent that this is for any other purpose other than to make an attempt to apply for a carry license.

I'm closing the window for this as of 5/18 unless no one has been able to make it to the Department by then. Once this is complete, please email me directly with a brief rundown of the events, a scanned copy of the documents acquired, and your contact information.

Let's also please keep the speculation and signal-to-noise ratio down in this thread.

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My dad is friends with Mirkarimi and told me he wants to hold a fundraiser for him just because they are friends even though his policies are disgusting. I might take him to the range or something see if I can't change his mind on CCW XD.
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Yes, Mike supports CCWs...
He's got my vote.



Brandon, or anyone else, PM me any time if you need something done in San Francisco. I moved from WA to CA in 2001, and lament the fact that I can't get a CCW in this county. I may apply for one in the next week or two, just because...


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oh boy! I smella somethinga coookeen upa!
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