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Old 11-27-2019, 9:38 PM
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Good evening everyone,

I work in the medical field and I am taking my class this weekend. I have not began the process due to the fact that I am waiting to at least turn in the certificate and also I am having a hard time on my good cause statement. I don't know if I am overthinking it, but so far I have an outline done. For those who have said to specify on the good cause for self defense. Well here's a bit of my reasoning.

I work and live in the same city as my employer (well within a 5 mile radius). My health facility services everyone from the most humble person, to the worse criminal you could think of. I am constantly threatened by 5150 patients and by patients who are impatient with the long wait times. I also live in a high crime area for the city statistics provided by RCSO to the crimereports and I can also see the that quality of life around the businesses that I frequent are not the best. On my days off when shopping around the city I tend to run into patients, some which I have avoided crossing paths with due to their violent nature they've exhibited at work. Recently, our whole staff including myself within a department were threatened by members of a criminal entity which LE has written down a report on.

My actual good cause is more detailed than this, but any pointers would be helpful.

- this will be sufficient GC
- it's well known that healthcare people are threatened all the time
- in my county the sheriffs even asked the healthcare people to qualify/shoot first on range-day..

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Old 12-02-2019, 9:40 PM
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This may sound like a dumb question but is the Sheriff's firearm questionnaire still required to be brought to the interview ? (Not the 12 page DOJ application) I don't see any mention of it in the email I received when I originally signed up online and scheduled my appointment and I also don't see any mention of it on my online CCW profile page.
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Old 12-03-2019, 7:38 AM
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Was approved last week. Total process was 1 month, 2 weeks and 1 day. I could have got it a little sooner if i would have done the online stuff before taking my class but i wanted to submit everything together. timeline below.

8 Hour course and shooting qualification 10/12
Application submitted 10/14
Interview with Riverside Sheriff 11/14
Live Scan 11/21
Approved 11/26
Picked up CCW 11/27
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This may sound like a dumb question but is the Sheriff's firearm questionnaire still required to be brought to the interview ? (Not the 12 page DOJ application) I don't see any mention of it in the email I received when I originally signed up online and scheduled my appointment and I also don't see any mention of it on my online CCW profile page.
No. I took it all just in case but all they wanted to see when i got there was my driver's license. You also don't need a good cause letter anymore but my interviewer said it doesn't hurt to have one. But you can also submit that on their website. I also took a print out of crime data in the area I live which she personally scanned in to the system.
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I had my interview: 10-10-19
live scan: 10-22-19
class/qualification: 11-2-19
Now i'm waiting for live scan results to come back. Im getting worried that something is not right, but I have nothing on my record.
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This may or may not be the case but I've had my livescan rejected by the DOJ years ago for a different back ground check (not for CCW) due to "poor print quality" (My fingers were very sweaty and my livescan operator seem inexperienced). What ended up happening was I recieved a letter from the DOJ in the mail asking that I resubmit my livescan. After I resubmitted it was approved in about a week.
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Yeah so I chose to do my live scan at the Moreno Valley office, the deputy that did my prints said that they had the worst machine and itís a pain to use. Of course thatís my luck. The deputy had to lotion my hands and everything, kinda felt weird, haha. Anyway he assured me that it would not affect the results. The ccw deputy said that he sent in a formal request for my results a couple weeks ago, so I guess all I can do it wait. Kinda sucks, but I guess Iíve been living for 38 yrs without a permit so i can wait a little longer lol.
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Yeah so I chose to do my live scan at the Moreno Valley office, the deputy that did my prints said that they had the worst machine and itís a pain to use. Of course thatís my luck. The deputy had to lotion my hands and everything, kinda felt weird, haha. Anyway he assured me that it would not affect the results. The ccw deputy said that he sent in a formal request for my results a couple weeks ago, so I guess all I can do it wait. Kinda sucks, but I guess Iíve been living for 38 yrs without a permit so i can wait a little longer lol.
https://applicantstatus.doj.ca.gov/

You can check the status of your livescan here. Mine passed in under 24 hours.
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Didnít know that I could do that. Unfortunately it says I have no record. Does that mean someone didnít submit it?
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Didn’t know that I could do that. Unfortunately it says I have no record. Does that mean someone didn’t submit it?
I dont remember exactly what mine said, but it was along the lines of 3 sections. Something like
"Federal - Cleared
FBI - Cleared
DOJ- Cleared"

If it says no record, I would think it means you entered information incorrectly, it was never inputted by the office, or maybe it has been complete for too long, and it was removed from the status check system. I'd email the CCW unit to verify they have received the results. I dont see why it would take this long if you submitted 10/22.

EDIT: I found my ATI number and checked from my scan in January '19. Says "CA- Completed, FBI- Completed, Firearms- Completed 1/11/19." My ATI number has zeros and Os, make sure they arent being mixed up maybe.

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Old 12-10-2019, 5:14 PM
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Yeah I tried with ď0Ē and ďOĒ with caps on and off lol, still shows the same. I did email the ccw deputy again, which I hate doing because I donít want to be ďthat guy.Ē Anyway last I emailed him was 2 weeks ago and he said the same thing this time. That he put in a formal request for my live scan results and that when he heard back he would let me know. I like the deputy and I think he is cool guy, so Iím taking his word that he is doing it. Even if someone dropped the ball and forgot to submit it, fine all good, I just want to get back on track.
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Old 12-11-2019, 11:57 AM
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Has anyone added a weapon to their license through Ben Clark Training Facility recently?

Is it still the first Thursday of the month?
I believe it's $100 - do they take personal checks or still only money orders?
Do you just show up at the range?
What time?

Thanks in advance for any info.
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Old 12-14-2019, 11:20 PM
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Has anyone added a weapon to their license through Ben Clark Training Facility recently?

Is it still the first Thursday of the month?
I believe it's $100 - do they take personal checks or still only money orders?
Do you just show up at the range?
What time?

Thanks in advance for any info.
Best bet is to call up the office to find out for sure.
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Old 12-15-2019, 11:50 PM
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Has anyone added a weapon to their license through Ben Clark Training Facility recently?

Is it still the first Thursday of the month?
I believe it's $100 - do they take personal checks or still only money orders?
Do you just show up at the range?
What time?

Thanks in advance for any info.
I don't think its the full $100 for the add-a-weapon qual. If it is, find any range listed on the approved qualification ranges and do it there. I did mine at the Riverside Magnum Range and it was $30, I only added one gun, but I think it's a flat $30. I was in and out of the range in less than 10 minutes.
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first thing is to go online at Riverside County CCW and fillout application click on modification also talk to your investigator he will get you a date for qualifying at ben clark cost was $14 had to get new card and pic very easy process did mine in Sept

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Old 12-17-2019, 8:43 AM
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Has anyone added a weapon to their license through Ben Clark Training Facility recently?

Is it still the first Thursday of the month?
I believe it's $100 - do they take personal checks or still only money orders?
Do you just show up at the range?
What time?

Thanks in advance for any info.
If you go to the RSO CCW Website and click on the Green Online Application Process button it will show all the fees. a modification like adding or deleting a firearm is a cost of $10. I did this about two months ago when adding a firearm. As far as I know its never been $100. Hope this helps.
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Old 12-24-2019, 10:54 PM
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Quick question. I was on the RSO website and got a little confused on which LTC I was going to apply for. I don't want to end up paying for the wrong one!
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Standard 2 year if you're a civilian.
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Wonder if the people checking the paperwork will be upset if for reason I put

"I feel self defense and defense of my family is the most obvious reason. In a fight or flight situation my flight ability is limited due to a physical limitation so fighting is my best option.

As an added reason
“Under the current Sheriff, we experience tighter regulations and a two-year backlog on concealed carry permits. When I am Sheriff, I will eliminate the unnecessary wait, modernize the application process, and allow ‘personal protection’ as good cause, essentially using a ‘shall issue’ philosophy to serve Riverside County residents,” said Bianco. "

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My brother just got approved. This may be the fastest Iíve seen it. Especially with the holidays.

Dec. 19th interview/live scan
Dec. 21st class/quals (not w/Ben Clark)
Jan. 2nd got the approval e-mail/pick up.



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Just picked my permit yesterday. If you got back a few posts I had all my dates up. In the end I had to do my live scan again, because it was never submitted. Not sure what happened, but I had to pay the $10 again and I did it at another station the second time. All 3 areas were completed on Christmas Day.
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Since the fee change Jan 1, whats the total cost for CCW Riverside now?

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Just applied all online. Kinda nice to do.

Applied: 01/04/2020
Interview: 02/11/2020

Should I do my livescan before I do my interview? What should I bring with me to the interview? I was thinking all the paperwork they wanted me to scan in.

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I just paid $122 and some change. Reading on the website, it looks like you have to pay $95 for the livescan for DOJ, AND $100 for the Sheriff's fee?
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Highly doubtful, since the new law became operational only 4 days ago, that the IA has established (or even calculated) the attendant costs.

Previous statute capped the IA costs at $100.

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Just applied all online. Kinda nice to do.

Applied: 01/04/2020
Interview: 02/11/2020

Should I do my livescan before I do my interview? What should I bring with me to the interview? I was thinking all the paperwork they wanted me to scan in.


I just paid $122 and some change. Reading on the website, it looks like you have to pay $95 for the livescan for DOJ, AND $100 for the Sheriff's fee?
I don't think you can do the live scan before the interview, you need paperwork to take to the live scan. I don't see why you cant make the appointment for the live scan though. The first time I did it took a month for the appointment. Second time it took a week.
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Just applied all online. Kinda nice to do.

Applied: 01/04/2020
Interview: 02/11/2020

Should I do my livescan before I do my interview? What should I bring with me to the interview? I was thinking all the paperwork they wanted me to scan in.


I just paid $122 and some change. Reading on the website, it looks like you have to pay $95 for the livescan for DOJ, AND $100 for the Sheriff's fee?
I would call and set an appointment for live scan for the same day as your interview and also take the class/quals with an outside vendor now if youíre trying to speed up process.
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I would call and set an appointment for live scan for the same day as your interview and also take the class/quals with an outside vendor now if youíre trying to speed up process.
The livescan place I go to is quick and always available within 30 minutes of arriving. I am just curious if the livescan is going to cost me $195 + their fee.
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What location is the interview at? Mine is this Wednesday.
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The livescan place I go to is quick and always available within 30 minutes of arriving. I am just curious if the livescan is going to cost me $195 + their fee.
Did you have to do the live scan at the sheriffs department? They do live scans at other places but I was told I had to do it at a sheriffs department. So, there are only like 5-6 in riverside county I think.
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The livescan place I go to is quick and always available within 30 minutes of arriving. I am just curious if the livescan is going to cost me $195 + their fee.
$195!! When I did mine after my interview it was $10. I took mine at the Temecula police substation at the Promenade mall. I was lucky enough to walk in right after my interview and have it done.
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Did you have to do the live scan at the sheriffs department? They do live scans at other places but I was told I had to do it at a sheriffs department. So, there are only like 5-6 in riverside county I think.
I haven't done my livescan yet. I can't until my interview since I do not have the information to send it out.

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$195!! When I did mine after my interview it was $10. I took mine at the Temecula police substation at the Promenade mall. I was lucky enough to walk in right after my interview and have it done.

That's where I am a bit lost. In the fee breakdown on the website, it shows that a fee of $100 goes to livescan, and another $95 for the Sheriff. I am looking for clarity on this.
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$195!! When I did mine after my interview it was $10. I took mine at the Temecula police substation at the Promenade mall. I was lucky enough to walk in right after my interview and have it done.

Just did mine at the Sheriff's station at Promonade mall in Temecula on December 23rd. It was $10. Cash or check only. You have to do it at a Sheriff's station. When you do your interview, the investigator will give you a paper with a list of ALL the places you can do it. It must be one of those Sheriff's stations for CCW. You cant go and do it at a postal annex or other place for CCW.
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Just received this email from the RSO.

Your application for a concealed carry weapon license cannot be approved without additional information. This request is routine.

Good afternoon, If firearms training has not been completed, it can be scheduled during the interview with the background investigator. If you have completed recent firearms training, or plan to do firearms training before your interview date, please upload those recent training certificate & qualification sheets, from our Riverside Sheriffís approved vendors, or BCTC, when available. Thank you.

Once we receive the above-requested information, we will resume with the processing of your application


I don't understand, I thought that I didn't have to do the class before my interview? It also states that if no class has been completed, I can schedule one at the interview. That is a contradiction no? Or is this email saying I can't continue passed my interview until the training is complete?
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"If Firearms training has not been completed, You can schedule during the interview" This is if you use Ben Clark. You will still need to upload the certificate. They do not do it for you.

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If you plan to do the training before the interview, or have done the training - upload the certs.
You can also use the private training after your interview....
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Get it done before your interview...makes things move smother and quicker.
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"If Firearms training has not been completed, You can schedule during the interview" This is if you use Ben Clark. You will still need to upload the certificate. They do not do it for you.

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If you plan to do the training before the interview, or have done the training - upload the certs.
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Get it done before your interview...makes things move smother and quicker.
Thanks for the clarification. I am trying to get it done before my interview on the 11th, but with my job it is almost impossible to get the weekend days off without a month's notice. Currently I have an available opening for a Sunday class on the 9th, but another employee already asked for that day. I may have to wait for the weekend after.
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That's where I am a bit lost. In the fee breakdown on the website, it shows that a fee of $100 goes to livescan, and another $95 for the Sheriff. I am looking for clarity on this.
I paid $122 and change for the initial application.

I paid $10 for my live scan at the Sheriff station, and yes! All live scans must be done at one of the 8 Sheriff stations that will be listed on the paperwork given at the time of the interview.
Unless you want to call ahead and see if they will be willing to give you the paperwork ahead of time in order to speed up the process, but I doubt it.

My investigator said that I am going to pay $80 more dollars at the end of the process through the same portal prior to receiving my permit. More than likely, this means that the price is going to be around $85 with taxes and everything so I can see where the $95 additional comes from.
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Thanks for the clarification. I am trying to get it done before my interview on the 11th, but with my job it is almost impossible to get the weekend days off without a month's notice. Currently I have an available opening for a Sunday class on the 9th, but another employee already asked for that day. I may have to wait for the weekend after.

I would take my class with Riverside Indoor Shooting Range, you get the class and qual there. It was only $100 when I took it, and my investigator said that it's much better when you take the class and qual at the same facility.
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Getting a concealed carry weapons permit in Murrieta isn't any easier this year, but it will be a little cheaper by using taxpayer money to pay for some of the fees.

"The purpose of this change was to give back to the citizens of Murrieta for the Measure T tax measure that was passed last year to give us extra tax money for police, public safety and stuff like that," said Sgt. Jeremy Durrant of the Murrieta Police Department.

The fee breakdown before this year included a background check, a license fee, the fingerprinting fee, a psychological evaluation and weapon and safety training. That's a grand total of nearly $800.

But now the city will be paying for that background check, saving people in Murrieta close to $300.

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Durrant says the change will actually help to bring the cost of a concealed weapons permit more in line with other jurisdictions, like the Riverside County Sheriff's Department, which doesn't have to outsource the background check like Murrieta does.

"Other agencies have their own background investigators they can utilize, so there's no extra application fees for those agencies," Durrant said. "As with us, we have to outsource that and obviously charge for that background investigation."
More at: https://abc7.com/5844152/
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