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How recent was the email? Can you post it?

This change is recent and there are reports of the policy change. You can always call the sheriff office and ask if you Don't believe it.
Here is the body of the email I received this morning (1/8/11):

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A Madison member has reported that the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Office,
when called, no longer stated a requirement for a Turlock CCW applicant to apply first at the Turlock Police Department. If you are in process at TPD, you may be able, once again, to apply directly to the SO and avoid wasting your time and money with a possible TPD rejection.
Of course, one day AFTER I applied at Turlock PD. :-(

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I highly recommend withdrawing your application at TPD and submitting directly to the Sheriff.

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Here is the body of the email I received this morning (1/8/11):

Of course, one day AFTER I applied at Turlock PD. :-(

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Of course, one day AFTER I applied at Turlock PD. :-(

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Correct me if I'm wrong aren't you only suppose to go through local PD's if there isn't a sheriff office within your location or if the local PD is endorsing you to help you get it.

I.E. Domestic violence MPD called and suggests that said person should apply for CCW to help secure life of said name victim.

please correct this if I'm way off this is just speculating!
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Confirmed, Stanislaus County Sheriff is accepting applications without any regard as to which City/Town in the County you reside. Only concerned if you are a Stanislaus County resident. My appointment was scheduled today.
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Correct me if I'm wrong aren't you only suppose to go through local PD's if there isn't a sheriff office within your location or if the local PD is endorsing you to help you get it.

I.E. Domestic violence MPD called and suggests that said person should apply for CCW to help secure life of said name victim.

please correct this if I'm way off this is just speculating!
Sheriffs must accept all applications of county residents (in or outside of cities), and also applications for 90-day business permits.
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Confirmed, Stanislaus County Sheriff is accepting applications without any regard as to which City/Town in the County you reside. Only concerned if you are a Stanislaus County resident. My appointment was scheduled today.
Excellent... on to phase 2...
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I'm confused as to the timing of the class completion. I am scheduled next month for a CCW class. Do I go ahead and apply for CCW before? or after I complete the class?
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Our instructions are to submit the application and initial local fees *only*.
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How many "phases" between "Good Cause statements available" and "**TIME TO APPLY**" ?
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How many "phases" between "Good Cause statements available" and "**TIME TO APPLY**" ?
That's entirely area (and mission)-specific. Note that we already asked people to apply - now we're moving forward from there.
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I'm confused as to the timing of the class completion. I am scheduled next month for a CCW class. Do I go ahead and apply for CCW before? or after I complete the class?
When I called for an appointment, I was told I couldn't get one until I completed the training.
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When I called for an appointment, I was told I couldn't get one until I completed the training.
Please make sure to document this in detail. I'll be following up soon.
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My Uncle and his friend Lorne are the heads of the Turlock Chapter of the Madison Society. I can confirm the report of the Sheriff not requiring denial from TPD.

I will be applying within next two to three weeks most likely.
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Please make sure to document this in detail. I'll be following up soon.
Brandon, you should have an email with all the details.

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When I called for an appointment, I was told I couldn't get one until I completed the training.
You are not the only one. I took the ccw class at wts recently and one guy in the class was told by Connie he needed his training prior to making an appointment.
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The other thing I want to mention is the Good Cause statement. Many people seem to not understand the lowest acceptable standard.

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Yes, my only GC was "personal protection outside of the home".
http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...=1#post5631430

Lets not over think the issue. A good cause statement of "personal protection outside of the home" seems to be adequate.
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ok, another question...on the Stan Co Sheriff Dept information sheet, it has 3 items:
1. your gun is registered in current DOJ system
2. A copy of the applicable documents is/are attached
3. Able to answer questions

in #2, what are the "applicable documents"? the documents showing my firearms are registered with DOJ?
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ok, another question...on the Stan Co Sheriff Dept information sheet, it has 3 items:
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in #2, what are the "applicable documents"? the documents showing my firearms are registered with DOJ?
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This could get really sticky.
Yes. I'd hate to be the Sheriff and have to defend the unlawful policies.
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I'd hate to get down there tomorrow morning and be told I didn't have some obscure "applicable documents".
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The only form you need is the completed standard application.



Yes. I'd hate to be the Sheriff and have to defend the unlawful policies.

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I'd hate to get down there tomorrow morning and be told I didn't have some obscure "applicable documents".
You can call them ahead of time and ask. If they ask for more than the standard application, document the exact nature of the conversation and who it was with.
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I dropped my application off today and got fingerprinted, everything went smoothly. Connie seems to really know what she's doing and she's a really friendly gal. I ponied up the $115 and she seemed pleased to take it!
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When I called for an appointment, I was told I couldn't get one until I completed the training.
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1-24-11, in and about 3:10 pm I called to make an appointment to submit my application:
Connie is indeed friendly, she asked my full name and phone number, She stated when she returned my call, I need to have the guns I wished to carry, name, model and serial number. She then asked if I had completed the required training.....when I answerd my class was next month, she informed me I was required to complete the training prior to appying.
I said ok, thank you very much.

I also heard some guys talking in a gun shop..."Calguns is causing issues, trying to force the SO to issue permits to those who don't even own a gun"
just what I heard......
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Glad you're hearing that. It means we must be doing something right.

Yes, you should not have to own a gun to get a permit. That said, we're not fighting that battle yet. Sheriff Christianson has a very unlawful policy that we'll litigate over if he chooses to not remedy it.

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1-24-11, in and about 3:10 pm I called to make an appointment to submit my application:
Connie is indeed friendly, she asked my full name and phone number, She stated when she returned my call, I need to have the guns I wished to carry, name, model and serial number. She then asked if I had completed the required training.....when I answerd my class was next month, she informed me I was required to complete the training prior to appying.
I said ok, thank you very much.

I also heard some guys talking in a gun shop..."Calguns is causing issues, trying to force the SO to issue permits to those who don't even own a gun"
just what I heard......
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What?! ! ! Next thing you'll be saying people should be able to get a Drivers License w/o owning a car. Those Calguns people are CRAZY!
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So what is the "official" status of Stanislaus acc to CGF: "time to apply" or wait because the Right People still in discussions w/the SO?
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so are we still in a holding pattern?

because i would like to start the process myself
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because i would like to start the process myself
If you want to get a CCW, you can, though you'll have to deal with the current unlawful policies along the way.
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If you want to get a CCW, you can, though you'll have to deal with the current unlawful policies along the way.
are you at liberty to share any "unlawful policies" people are having to deal with in applying in Stanislaus county?

and would you prefer i wait in applying, pending the outcome of any future litigation filed against Stanislaus in a attempt to correct any " unlawful polices"
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are you at liberty to share any "unlawful policies" people are having to deal with in applying in Stanislaus county?

and would you prefer i wait in applying, pending the outcome of any future litigation filed against Stanislaus in a attempt to correct any " unlawful polices"
It's really up to you at this point. If you want a ccw ASAP, then apply as per their direction. If you want a ccw, albeit a longer process, but also want to force them to follow the law, then it's a different track.

A few unlawful policies:

* Requiring training prior to application
* Requiring fees in excess of statutory caps
* http://calgunsfoundation.org/downloa...Stanislaus.pdf
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It's really up to you at this point. If you want a ccw ASAP, then apply as per their direction. If you want a ccw, albeit a longer process, but also want to force them to follow the law, then it's a different track.

A few unlawful policies:

* Requiring training prior to application
* Requiring fees in excess of statutory caps
* http://calgunsfoundation.org/downloa...Stanislaus.pdf
When its all settled they'll be issuing refunds.
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Glad you're hearing that. It means we must be doing something right.

Yes, you should not have to own a gun to get a permit. That said, we're not fighting that battle yet. Sheriff Christianson has a very unlawful policy that we'll litigate over if he chooses to not remedy it.

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Well. hopefully things will run smoother after I have the training. We will see....
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Appointments to turn in an application are being scheduled into march.

Can they make someone that wants to turn an application in now, wait a month?
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Can they make someone that wants to turn an application in now, wait a month?
This is an issue we're working on carefully.
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I don't know if their scheduling is legitimate or not... but it could be. What if they really don't have the department resources to take more than X apps/day ? Claiming that limitation of resources is unconstitutional is asking for human law to violate physical laws. Something I'd love to see in the courts, if only to watch the judge as he repeals the laws of thermodynamics.
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It's really up to you at this point. If you want a ccw ASAP, then apply as per their direction. If you want a ccw, albeit a longer process, but also want to force them to follow the law, then it's a different track.
Option #2, that's the track I want to be on (for Alameda Co.).

Sure it will be GREAT to legally carry, but what I really want is to change this state (or at least my county). There are MANY others in my county who actually need a CCW, and I want to do my part so that they (along w/myself) can get one.

It is only when law-abiding folks in high crime urban and ghetto areas can legally carry guns for self-defense that BGs will be on notice that the sheep now have fangs. (we need a new smilie for that!)
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It is only when law-abiding folks in high crime urban and ghetto areas can legally carry guns for self-defense that BGs will be on notice that the sheep now have fangs. (we need a new smilie for that!)
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I don't know if their scheduling is legitimate or not... but it could be. What if they really don't have the department resources to take more than X apps/day ? Claiming that limitation of resources is unconstitutional is asking for human law to violate physical laws. Something I'd love to see in the courts, if only to watch the judge as he repeals the laws of thermodynamics.
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1. Comply with the law. If you can't maintain a crappy policy, then policy gets simplified to accomodate. Additional hires may also factor.
2. Get sued. A Federal judge will say, "Do this now".

Both mean that carry licensing will likely become a "we don't want it anymore" issue for LEAs unless they can accept an e.g. Iowa-style shall-issue system.
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