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Old 11-26-2010, 1:49 PM
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Having in been in LE a few years ago, would my livescan be valid or will I have to redo it?
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Re-do it, unless told otherwise. I had a livescan done for a PC832 class a year ago and was told I would need to have one done. Generally, when you do a livescan for a licensing entity for a first time application, you have to do one even if you just had it done for someone else. (for example, an EMT-P license applicant who just had a livescan for a license would have to have a separate one done for an ambulance driver's certificate)
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Old 11-28-2010, 6:55 AM
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Has anyone reached out to Amber about getting the livescan done at a private location with lower fees (such as the ones listed @ http://ag.ca.gov/fingerprints/public...php#sacramento) vs the 3 choices listed on the approval letter? I'd much rather pay $21 @ a UPS Store than $122 at the PD.
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Has anyone reached out to Amber about getting the livescan done at a private location with lower fees (such as the ones listed @ http://ag.ca.gov/fingerprints/public...php#sacramento) vs the 3 choices listed on the approval letter? I'd much rather pay $21 @ a UPS Store than $122 at the PD.
The problem is that part of the $122 is the DOJ $95 fee assessed to the Livescan operator. DOJ changed the way they bill out CCW background checks about a year ago, therefore the local agencies are collecting that as well. Ergo, your $122 is about right for the DOJ + local fingerprint fees.
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Old 11-28-2010, 11:47 AM
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Sacramento is now taking appointments for carry related activities online. Thanks to Sweaty Bullitts for posting this in his thread here.
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Currently we are scheduling all of our appointments through an automated appointment center. Please follow the link below and it’ll direct you through the process and get you all scheduled. (Currently no available appts until feb)

http://sacsheriff.checkappointments.com

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Wow, that's got to help a lot. Amber told me on 11/16 that they would probably go to an appointment system for renewals, but hadn't mentioned they were working on the automated system. When I was there some folks had their CCWs expire as they were unable to get in because of the long line.

I better bookmark this and schedule my renewal appointment soon (it expires 2 years from yesterday)! :P

Edit: Wow, I just booked my appointment for November 2012! Per Amber and a long-time CCW holder waiting in line with me last month, renewals are supposed to be done within two weeks prior to the CCW expiring (but not earlier).

I also observed that they take appointments from 9:00am up until noon, an expansion of 1 hour.

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The problem is that part of the $122 is the DOJ $95 fee assessed to the Livescan operator. DOJ changed the way they bill out CCW background checks about a year ago, therefore the local agencies are collecting that as well. Ergo, your $122 is about right for the DOJ + local fingerprint fees.
I think that what's being said is that it would be "nicer" to go to a place that charges, say, $21 or $12 for the rolling fee instead of $27, as the SSD charges. The $95 is going to have to be paid regardless and the results would be sent directly to the SSD anyway. So, instead of being mandated to use one of the SSD's 3 sites... any LiveScan place should be OK.
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Being that I already have my training class scheduled, I have also scheduled my date/time to turn in the paperwork for final issuance...
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Old 12-04-2010, 10:03 PM
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CSD, let's first make CA shall issue and work on that $10-15 delta following.
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CSD, let's first make CA shall issue and work on that $10-15 delta following.
I'm all for making CA go Shall Issue first. Making the full background check $10-15? That can come later. What would be nice would be to not lock the applicant into a specific set of locations to get the Live Scan done and let the applicant decide what works best for them. After all, if the SSD wants only SSD locations used and make things even more expensive, why not start charging a $80 rolling fee on top of the DOJ fees?

After all, Sac PD charges a $52 rolling fee. SSD charges only $27. (Only 3rd most expensive)

The cheapest in the County is $10 and the most expensive is $52....
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Old 12-05-2010, 12:14 AM
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CSD, you're finding issues where they don't exist. If any Sheriff tried to bump the cost of a roll for only CCWs, we'd be all over it. If they bumped all rolls in order to spite CCW applicants, the entire county would be all over it. Not going to happen.

We're working on an option for "roll at any DOJ Livescan operator", but it will take time. In the meantime, I'm sorry that folks are paying $10 more than the UPS store to have a permit they could not get 2 years ago.

Rights first, fees next.
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CSD, you're finding issues where they don't exist. If any Sheriff tried to bump the cost of a roll for only CCWs, we'd be all over it. If they bumped all rolls in order to spite CCW applicants, the entire county would be all over it. Not going to happen.

We're working on an option for "roll at any DOJ Livescan operator", but it will take time. In the meantime, I'm sorry that folks are paying $10 more than the UPS store to have a permit they could not get 2 years ago.

Rights first, fees next.
Really, all I would like to see is just the above. Eventually. Lowering the background fees? Different issue.
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Old 12-08-2010, 12:14 PM
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I just obtained clarification from Amber on the documentation for annual requalifications with handguns on our CCW. I had asked if we needed an appointment to bring in those certificates and she said:

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Old 12-10-2010, 4:45 PM
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I read the requirements on the Sac SO web site. It looks like if I work in Sac County and spend most my time there, I can apply in Sac.
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Old 12-10-2010, 4:49 PM
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You can, but such a license would only be issued for 90 days and it's reportedly never done.
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Old 12-14-2010, 3:39 PM
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The Sheriff has updated the website with new guidelines; see post#1 or www.gotcarry.org for more info.
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Old 12-14-2010, 4:36 PM
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The Sheriff has updated the website with new guidelines; see post#1 or www.gotcarry.org for more info.
That's great that they've improved the explanation of the process. The only small item that would be good to add is on the annual qualifications submission which I posted four posts above (mail or fax in).
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That's great that they've improved the explanation of the process. The only small item that would be good to add is on the annual qualifications submission which I posted four posts above (mail or fax in).
Added to our guide here: http://calgunsfoundation.org/resourc...acramento.html
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Also, I think Step 3 in the "To get a new CCW Permit within Sacramento County:" should include the "Good Cause Statement" on a separate sheet of paper. That's what I was instructed to do by Amber... (My appointment is tomorrow!)

Thanks for the clear Step-by-Step instructions - It was a HUGE help in understanding the process!
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I checked it out; it looks great! Good job Sac Sheriff's Dept.

Also, I received my approval today. I had been out of town for a week. It was mailed the 14th, so probably arrived the 15th. Nice Christmas present! Now, on to live-scan, etc.
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I checked it out; it looks great! Good job Sac Sheriff's Dept.

Also, I received my approval today. I had been out of town for a week. It was mailed the 14th, so probably arrived the 15th. Nice Christmas present! Now, on to live-scan, etc.
I turned in my app on 11/17, hopefully I'll see something soon.
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I turned in my app on 11/17, hopefully I'll see something soon.
I submitted mine the 18th. You'd better keep checking that mail! Good luck.

p.s. going for my Live-scan today
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I also submitted my app on the 17th of November. As of this moment check not cashed, and no approval letter. Maybe they are not processing them in order received?
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I turned in my application for a CCW permit yesterday. From the time I called Amber till my appointment was about 6 weeks. I also used the new online appointment system last night to set an appointment for my wife, and she got scheduled about 3 months out.

I was surprised at how different the vibe was compared to my experience in 2007. I applied 3 years ago and was denied due to lack of good cause. My experience was very positive this go around. I spoke with 2 friendly case managers, and all my paperwork was received without incident. For those in the same date range as my application, you may find this bit of info interesting. The officer told me that the next committee review in on January 12th. He said if approved, I will get a letter about 1 week after that date with followup instructions. We shall see.
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I am excited to finally be able to exercise my right to carry in Sacramento. I made my appointment today for the last week in March. The online system made it a breeze.

Can anyone provide some insight into what the face to face interview entails? I'd like to hear from some folks who have already made it through this sit-down interview portion. What exactly goes on during this interview? Is it just a formal question/answer session or is there a more informal banter and does the officer try to get a "read" on you character.. ie..Will I feel like I'm being sized up?

I would rather be prepared than be intimidated by the unknown.

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Welcome, m4r!

There are a few summaries in another thread, and here is a very good one. http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...91#post5313291

I've linked the old thread in the second post of this thread and you can use the "Search this thread" button and search for "Wright' to get some other posts, but this should do you fine. The staff is very courteous and professional so there's no need to worry about anything other than the traffic getting there, etc.
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I am excited to finally be able to exercise my right to carry in Sacramento. I made my appointment today for the last week in March. The online system made it a breeze.

Can anyone provide some insight into what the face to face interview entails? I'd like to hear from some folks who have already made it through this sit-down interview portion. What exactly goes on during this interview? Is it just a formal question/answer session or is there a more informal banter and does the officer try to get a "read" on you character.. ie..Will I feel like I'm being sized up?

I would rather be prepared than be intimidated by the unknown.

Thank you all. Love this community..been lurking a while but finally made my first post!
All the detective does is ask about your experience with guns. I found him very friendly. I felt as though he and the others were really trying to help me get through the CCW application process, but insuring that I knew how to use a handgun. It was a very positive experience. I never felt like I was being "sized up", nor was anyone getting a read on my character.
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Got my Live Scan today at Rockingham Drive station. I was in and out in about 15 minutes, including waiting a few minutes for somebody in front of me. The woman officer was professional and friendly. She asked why I wanted a CCW, but in a benign way, not implying there was anything wrong with it. She was just interested.

Soon I'll have my CCW. Who'da thought?
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Got my Live Scan today at Rockingham Drive station. I was in and out in about 15 minutes, including waiting a few minutes for somebody in front of me. The woman officer was professional and friendly. She asked why I wanted a CCW, but in a benign way, not implying there was anything wrong with it. She was just interested.

Soon I'll have my CCW. Who'da thought?
I've had my prints done at Rockingham and at the Florin Service Centers for different purposes. Personally, I like the people over at Rockingham better, but the day I did my LS at FSC for the CCW, the lady doing the prints was very cordial, almost pleasant. Business-like for sure, and very efficient about it. I guess I didn't get the grumpy one that day.

My brief experiences with Amber and Det. Wright have been nothing but positive, if not supportive. They both seemed to really want to get their jobs done in the best way they could.

I do know that I'll be seeing Amber again on Tuesday...
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Interviewed on 11/17 and received my approval letter in the mail today.

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Submitted my application and had my interview on 11/17 as well and I also received my approval letter today! Thanks CGF!!
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Got my acceptance letter today!

My appointment was on December 1st and the letter is dated December 9th.
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I remember when I went in for the application the SSD investigator said that I was the one of the youngest applicants he's seen. I'm 24 and I know that Lateralus is also 24 and has his.

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Congrats. My appt is in Feb.
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Had my appt on Nov 18th like others here and got my approval letter this past Thurs. Woke up early in the morning Fri to be at Rockingham Station at 7:30AM (well that is what the Sheriff website said it opened) needless to say I was an hour and a half too early. Had breakfast nearby to wait out the time and was first in at 9AM when they opened. I too had a very nice experience with the fingerprinting and was out of there in 15 mins. Now the wait is on for the background check to come back. I guess it's about 30 days or so for it to come back. Although I think I saw a post somewhere that their background came back in 2 days. Either way I'll wait it out.
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In my case, both Federal and State electronic returns were less than 24 hours. It took a few days for the hard copy letter to reach Amber though. That's what she wants/needs to have in hand, even though she knows right away that your background check is complete and what the results are. I suppose that this is one benefit from having my prints done a few times over the years... The FBI and DOJ do have my prints on file somewhere and certainly NOT for criminal activity. That and I probably have precious few entries so doing a background check should be easy and a half.
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