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Old 04-08-2014, 5:55 AM
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I currently have a CCW from Sac Co and just bought a house in Woodland. What are my chances of obtaining a new CCW in Yolo Co?
Unless you are LEO, or own a business in Woodland, I would say slim to none. Also, Sac. County may require you to surrender their permit unless your primary residence is in Sac. County.
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I currently have a CCW from Sac Co and just bought a house in Woodland. What are my chances of obtaining a new CCW in Yolo Co?
Not good, so don't apply until after this is settled or you'll have to wait a year to re-apply:

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I currently have a CCW from Sac Co and just bought a house in Woodland. What are my chances of obtaining a new CCW in Yolo Co?
Until the case is settled, probably not good. If you used "self defense/personal defense" as GC in Sac, that will get you no where in Yolo. The app specifically states that SD/PD is not good cause to obtain a CCW.
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Not good, so don't apply until after this is settled or you'll have to wait a year to re-apply:
http://bit.ly/1t2bxgA
The one-year rule is a local policy that would most likely go down along with their GC requirements if Richards is upheld.
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The one-year rule is a local policy that would most likely go down along with their GC requirements if Richards is upheld.
That would be nice. For the question at hand, it still applies so I would advise not applying until the case is settled.
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This bodes well for Yolo County residents seeking CCW...

http://www.modbee.com/2014/06/10/338...ns-office.html
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GOOD NEWS INDEED! Sadly, however, it leaves out the 3 pending sexual harassment lawsuits filed by YCSO employees......
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Here is a bit more thorough story:

http://www.sacbee.com/2014/06/10/647...ns-office.html
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And here is the Grand Jury report:

http://www.yolocounty.org/home/showdocument?id=26095

FINDINGS Excerpt:

FINDINGS
F1. Favoritism, nepotism and preferential treatment of employees have adversely affected employee morale of the Sheriff’s Department. These practices by the Sheriff involve hiring, promotion, assignments and discipline.
F2. The Sheriff uses or creates provisional or extra help positions to employ personal friends and relatives.
F3. The Sheriff has engaged in hiring immediate family, authorizing their assignments, determining their promotions and salary, and using final authority to determine disciplinary actions.
F4. The HR Department conducted three ineffective investigations related to allegations of harassment and poor morale at the Sheriff’s Department.
F5. The Sheriff’s Department, a military-like structure, with a clear and rigid chain of command operates with minimal external administrative resources, particularly the County HR Department and labor organizations.
F6. The Sheriff’s micromanagement reduces Department supervisors’ and managers’ authority to lead and evaluate staff.
F7. The Sheriff’s Department operates with unwritten work standards for deputies who are evaluated by these standards on a monthly and annual basis. These standards are inconsistently applied by supervising staff.
F8. The Sheriff failed to observe County Code Section 2-6.44 Nepotism Policy by hiring immediate family members and determining their salaries, promotions, assignments, performance evaluations and discipline.
F9. The Sheriff was unaware of the contents and intent of the State of California Public Service Ethics AB 1234.
F10. The Grand Jury was unable to determine the County’s compliance with the State of California Public Service Ethics AB 1234 mandated training for 2006-2011 for the Sheriff.
F11. HR manages harassment and ethics online training courses for all employees to comply with state and federal laws. These outdated and repetitious trainings are found to be inadequate and ineffective.
F12. The HR Department serves in an advisory role and lacks appropriate oversight and accountability of personnel matters at the Sheriff’s Department.


Even with these findings, the Yolo BOS stopped short of calling for Prieto to resign......spineless buffoons......
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It baffles me he went unopposed in the last election...wonder why?
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It baffles me he went unopposed in the last election...wonder why?
Well, those inside the S.O. who might have aspirations of running against him, did not do so, and this report spells out why.......

As for outside the agency, the voters who care did not have enough votes to support a write-in candidate.

Perhaps no-one in the LEO community (outside of the S.O.) is interested in running the Department? Many former Sheriffs came up through the ranks historically and most were excellent leaders!

He has run that office like a Dictator for the past 16+ years.

If he had any modicum of self-respect, he would resign for the good (and the health) of the Department.
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A corrupt CLEO? Say it aint so...


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This bodes well for Yolo County residents seeking CCW...
How so? All the grand jury basically said was he is a douchebag and he needs to change his douchebagery.

It is all meaningless and he will be re-elected by the dipsh&t residents of this fine county once again.

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How so? All the grand jury basically said was he is a douchebag and he needs to change his douchebagery.

It is all meaningless and he will be re-elected by the dipsh&t residents of this fine county once again.
Well...he could be receiving praise? Better to have him in a negative spotlight than a positive one..
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Anyone hear if Prieto changed his issuing standards? Is there still an appeal in process?
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Anyone hear if Prieto changed his issuing standards? Is there still an appeal in process?
AFAIK- he has changed nothing and there has never been an appeal process.
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Anyone hear if Prieto changed his issuing standards? Is there still an appeal in process?
No changes until the AG intervention/en banc situation is sorted out. Even then I suspect he will put up as many roadblocks as possible.

Yolo may not be as bad as SF, Alameda, LA, etc. but, it is not too far behind.
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Is there a separate thread out there to follow in regards to the San Diego court ruling? That was back in March and I haven't read anything since... Last I read, Yolo is waiting for that to get figured out...

http://www.npr.org/2014/03/18/290252...-to-high-court
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Are there any updates on Yolo County? I want to apply but there are certain aspects of the application that states "personal protection" does not warranty an applicable reason to apply.

Secondly, I have been arrested for the suspicion of marijuana 12 years ago and was slapped with a wet wreckless when all said and done... does that nullify me from being considered in any county?
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Are there any updates on Yolo County? I want to apply but there are certain aspects of the application that states "personal protection" does not warranty an applicable reason to apply.

Secondly, I have been arrested for the suspicion of marijuana 12 years ago and was slapped with a wet wreckless when all said and done... does that nullify me from being considered in any county?
Nothing has changed in the Sheriff's policy. "Personal (Self) Protection" is specifically listed as not sufficient under the acceptable "Good Cause" in the current policy "without credible threats of violence."

http://www.yolocountysheriff.com/wp-...licy-10-12.pdf

I doubt that past indiscretion would cause you any problems, IMHO.
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Richards v Prieto (Sheriff of Yolo) is not yet settled. If ever it gets settled, the news will be in the 2A Litigation forum first.
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I'd be shocked if Prieto doesn't try to delay the ruling. I've been waiting 2+ years to turn in my application. I think if he's forced to issue, his office will go the route of delaying everyone's application until another lawsuit is filed...
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I'd be shocked if Prieto doesn't try to delay the ruling. I've been waiting 2+ years to turn in my application. I think if he's forced to issue, his office will go the route of delaying everyone's application until another lawsuit is filed...
http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...4#post15256154

From KFBK Sacramento today- (Exerpt) McGinness*says the latest ruling -- based on a case in San Diego that would also affect Yolo County -- means the issuance of guns must be based on a presumption of liberty.

But Yolo County Sheriff Ed Prieto says, with another appeal still in process, he's taking a wait-and-see approach before taking action.

The Yolo Sheriff went on to say that his policy wont change unless and until a court tells him that his policy "somehow" is in violation of the 2nd Amendment.

Read more: http://www.kfbk.com/articles/kfbk-ne...#ixzz3J0V5CMHt
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Can someone point me in the direction of where to sign up for a class in yolo county.
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The Yolo county SO website has a list of approved classes/instructors.
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No real change.. Some people are getting approved.
Your GC must be carrying large deposits. Most of the approvals go to business owners.
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Probably not until Peruta at least moves forward and you can easily monitor that by checking for updates in:
http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=893452
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What's the word people?

I have a hard time sifting through all the Peruta vs. County of San Diego thread chatter.
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9th circuit will hear Prieto/Peruta en banc in June. Prieto policy same as usual.
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If you live in Yolo County and own some sort of business and carry cash you will get a CCW. I have helped 3 people with the good cause and 2 have CCWs from yolo. One person is in process.
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If you live in Yolo County and own some sort of business and carry cash you will get a CCW. I have helped 3 people with the good cause and 2 have CCWs from yolo. One person is in process.
I don't fall into that category, but thanks for what you do.
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Just renewed for the third time in Yolo County.
Yolo SO has a very good web site with full instructions to follow.
The application is posted as a pdf so you can type in and print.
Called made appointment for renewal, they do Wednesdays in by 10am
met with a great detective, talked guns for 20 minutes and picked up my laminated permit on the way out.
Every person that I have worked with, that was willing to do the reading, training and follow direction has obtained a permit from Yolo County.
I know most think it should not be that hard. You are right but if you are willing to work inside the system it is possible.
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Something has changed at the Yolo Sheriff Office.
The SO has stopped processing applications for CCW. When pressured they will issue a denial without explanation.
I know for a fact this is a arbitrary act based on spite.
I have copies of applications and Good Cause statements to back up my statement. This is a very sad time in Yolo Sheriff history.
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Something has changed at the Yolo Sheriff Office.
The SO has stopped processing applications for CCW. When pressured they will issue a denial without explanation.
I know for a fact this is a arbitrary act based on spite.
I have copies of applications and Good Cause statements to back up my statement. This is a very sad time in Yolo Sheriff history.
No one here is surprised.
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Something has changed at the Yolo Sheriff Office.
The SO has stopped processing applications for CCW. When pressured they will issue a denial without explanation.
I know for a fact this is a arbitrary act based on spite.
I have copies of applications and Good Cause statements to back up my statement. This is a very sad time in Yolo Sheriff history.
This is a policy change. Yolo has been issuing permits all along within their narrow criteria. Something has changed and I don't know why. ??
I am sure the SO reads this forum. Why Sheriff ?
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This is a policy change. Yolo has been issuing permits all along within their narrow criteria. Something has changed and I don't know why. ??
I am sure the SO reads this forum. Why Sheriff ?
Why are you still surprised? There is a pending court decision. Maybe the Sheriff's Office is expecting a favorable outcome and has decided to stop issuing until it comes out. Why waste the time if you don't have too?
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Old 07-01-2015, 8:22 PM
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Why are you still surprised? There is a pending court decision. Maybe the Sheriff's Office is expecting a favorable outcome and has decided to stop issuing until it comes out. Why waste the time if you don't have too?
Very likely. Think of the man hours he can redistribute to other areas. Expect it from other depts too as soon as Peruta is revoked/denied.
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