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Old 09-20-2023, 12:48 PM
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Speaking of maps makes me think of technology, wtf is this little section all about?
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26235. (a) For purposes of implementing this chapter, the Department of Justice may enter into exclusive or nonexclusive contracts, or amend existing contracts, on a bid or negotiated basis, including contracts to implement new or change existing information technology systems.
Would big brother be thinking about mapping out all forbidden zones and locations and then inserting a chip into all CCW licenses. The sysem will allow the holder to be tracked passing through verbotten places and zones. The next step is a chip to be attached to firearms so as to alert the eye in the sky when you enter a zone with a firearm. That doesn't tell Big Brother that the firearm isn't in a lock box, but I bet it is good enough to do a traffic like stop and check.
No.

They have to upgrade their systems to meet the demands of review and reporting. This was detailed as an implementation delay in the analyses.

Senate Appropriations Apr 2023:
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The DOJ anticipates that it would require a delayed implementation in order to properly plan and implement. Department of Technology (CDT) Oversight and Approval requires a 4-stage Project Approval Lifecycle (PAL). As part of the PAL oversight, all planning documents must be submitted for review and approval. This requirement adds approximately 6 months to the project timeline.
Assembly Appropriations, Aug 2023:
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DOJ reports it needs delayed implementation of July 1, 2027, to complete the required IT enhancements.
They've side-stepped all of the state contracting rules to cut procurement time (often 14+ months to get a contract in place). Existing contracts can be extended without discussion; they can sole-source new contracts without competition or formal source selection or even confirmed pricing. All of the contracting safe guards and competition standards are down.

The clowns that built the CCW Portal (remember that?) amd others will have free run to boost profits.
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(e) Except in the places specified in paragraph (14) of subdivision (a), a licensee shall not be in violation of this section while they are traveling along a public right-of-way that touches or crosses any of the premises identified in subdivision (a) if the concealed firearm is carried on their person in accordance with the provisions of this act or is being transported in a vehicle by the licensee in accordance with all other applicable provisions of law. Nothing in this section allows a person to loiter or remain in a place longer than necessary to complete their travel.
Thanks for digging this up, Ricky. I earlier posted there was an exemption but didn't have time to dig it out, so deleted the post.

Since the initial prohibition on school grounds is contained in 626.9, it needs to be noted that this exemption is stated in CA PEN 23260 (SB 2, Section 27)

But it is important to note that the exception of paragraph (14) of subdivision (a) retains prohibitions on:
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(14) Any area under the control of a public or private community college, college, or university, including, but not limited to, buildings, classrooms, laboratories, medical clinics, hospitals, artistic venues, athletic fields or venues, entertainment venues, officially recognized university-related organization properties, whether owned or leased, and any real property, including parking areas, sidewalks, and common areas.
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Thanks. The section about being on an adjacent street confused me.
Not just you. A lot of the SB2 is confusing as hell.
Just think how LEO is going to be confused too.
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