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Old 10-05-2019, 8:12 AM
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Just recently had my interview for a CCW in OC. The officer who interviewed me was very nice and helpful. I was not denied ,but was required to submit more info like paystub, Tax return, gas and utility bill. I'm assuming providing a lease agreement, CC bill, and internet bill was not enough for proof of residency. Has anyone experienced this?
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I would guess that a credit card bill and internet bill can be sent to any address. Utility bills are for that address with your name on it.

What kind of other questions did the IA ask you. I have mine on the 21st
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OC has been asking for additional documentation of most renewals, too. In all cases I have information on, its stuff readily available if your GC is true. My dad was asked for his 214 form, I was asked for a copy of my bar card. My wild guess is it is used to show they are being diligent and it thickens the files in case of an audit of ccw practices. Probably a good idea.
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I would guess that a credit card bill and internet bill can be sent to any address. Utility bills are for that address with your name on it.

What kind of other questions did the IA ask you. I have mine on the 21st
Seems like to establish residency. They don’t ask much, just review you GC and may ask you to provide supplemental proof for if needed. They’re helpful and if you have questions, make sure to ask.
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OC has been asking for additional documentation of most renewals, too.

In all cases I have information on, its stuff readily available if your GC is true.

My dad was asked for his 214 form, I was asked for a copy of my bar card.

My wild guess is it is used to show they are being diligent and it thickens the files in case of an audit of ccw practices.

Probably a good idea.
It appears that this is what is happening.

A little CYA on on the county level...
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... My wild guess is it is used to show they are being diligent and it thickens the files in case of an audit of ccw practices. Probably a good idea.
How would that be any different for them than for example Kern County where if you are not a prohibited person you can use "self defense" for your good cause?

The definition of GC is left to the IA so I don't think OC has anything to worry about as long as they define it as something.
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OC has been asking for additional documentation of most renewals, too. In all cases I have information on, its stuff readily available if your GC is true. My dad was asked for his 214 form, I was asked for a copy of my bar card. My wild guess is it is used to show they are being diligent and it thickens the files in case of an audit of ccw practices. Probably a good idea.
Who’s going to audit them???? What authority is higher than the county sheriff for issuing ccw’s? Certainly is not the state. The state leaves it up to the county.
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Who’s going to audit them???? What authority is higher than the county sheriff for issuing ccw’s? Certainly is not the state. The state leaves it up to the county.
Pretty sure the CA legislature recently audited Sac Sheriff. And pretty sure the reason was to evaluate how the state's laws on permits were working, with a view to possible changes.
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Who’s going to audit them???? What authority is higher than the county sheriff for issuing ccw’s? Certainly is not the state. The state leaves it up to the county.
Sure they can. “Comply with the records request or we will re write the current law to take away your discretion, or rto give us the power to audit.

The statute can be “clarified” at any time to spell out good cause.
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