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Old 01-15-2011, 6:20 PM
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I would like to try getting mine.

I was going to try THIS but the link is bad. Any ideas?
Link works for me... However I see this as more of a way to help cover your ***** incase uoc gets you in trouble some how(I do not plan to uoc as I see no point in carrying a unloaded paper weight) not the best way to actually obtaining a ccw with Officer Freitas. My friends who work for SO have heard rumor that he will be more willing to grant them to people with land/ranches/convincing good cause statements. So my plan is simply to state my best case for why I fall into that catagory. Seems like a better approach then to hope he wants everyone willing to copy and paste to have a ccw. Just my $.02
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Rather, the linky HERE no worky

2. Fill out the "Fillable DOJ CCW Application" as instructed in the application itself.

I dont consider myself 'gun extreme', I simply feel that given the existing laws, a reputable upstanding citizen should be allowed to arm himself, against criminals who are illegally armed.

And, if I prove that Im not crazy, that I have no criminal record or questionable personal history, have no reason to be considered a person who could be a threat to society if 'awarded' a CCW, jump through all the hoops and maintain good standing, the good cause as identified really should be good enough.

But.....I need to talk to more peeps about this.
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ahh yeah no idea on that..



Question. Since the Sheriff and chief of police have the ccw issueing power, can we submit a ccw application to the chief if the sheriff rejects it?
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The link is temporarily broken. Use the Solano County application and just remove the first page until the link returns.

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Question. Since the Sheriff and chief of police have the ccw issueing power, can we submit a ccw application to the chief if the sheriff rejects it?
Yes you can but I have no idea if that would be helpful to you.

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Any news on the discrepancy between the number of good cause statements expected and the number the county actually produced?
My question here a month ago got buried without a response. Any movement or update?
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My question here a month ago got buried without a response. Any movement or update?
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Anybody submit their application to the new sheriff?
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I started filling mine out then got word I I may be getting laid off......

still undecided what to do.....
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I'm in Petaluma so I'd have to apply to the Chief. I'd sure like to try.
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I'm in Petaluma so I'd have to apply to the Chief. I'd sure like to try.
Per the law, they cannot require you to apply to the police cheif. You can apply to the Sheriff or the Chief LEO. Your choice
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thanks Dan, I thought it was the other way around.
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So does this mean applying for a CCW in Sonoma County is now a good idea?
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So does this mean applying for a CCW in Sonoma County is now a good idea?
yes. new sherrif. they couldn't tighten the reins anymore if they wanted to. stands to reason that things can only improve, but nobody has any info yet on whether were going to see more CCWs in soco. most of us are waiting for concrete info before investing in trying.
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So then are you telling me that the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office is no longer using CCW permit denial and a reason for future CCW permit denials?
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yes. new sherrif. they couldn't tighten the reins anymore if they wanted to. stands to reason that things can only improve, but nobody has any info yet on whether were going to see more CCWs in soco. most of us are waiting for concrete info before investing in trying.
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no, I'm saying that there is reason to be optimistic, but that we don't have any concrete info yet that anything is going to change.

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So then are you telling me that the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office is no longer using CCW permit denial and a reason for future CCW permit denials?
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no, I'm saying that there is reason to be optimistic, but that we don't have any concrete info yet that anything is going to change.
Optimism is what you based your 'yes, do it now' response?

I'm looking for more than 'optimism'.

I think I'll wait for a response from someone with a bit more knowledge.
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I talked to a LEO and his opinion is that the new sheriff is a clone of the old sheriff.

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Has there been any pressure applied to this sheriff?
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Has there been any pressure applied to this sheriff?
Indirect; there are a few other ongoing matters (news soon) that need to resolve before moving into Sonoma. Unless your good cause is materially similar to one already approved, we do not expect a high rate of approval at this time.
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Indirect; there are a few other ongoing matters (news soon) that need to resolve before moving into Sonoma. Unless your good cause is materially similar to one already approved, we do not expect a high rate of approval at this time.
So you either need to rich and own a large property or be LEO/retired LEO?

Well let me know when things change or if you need a test case, cause I'm willing to participate.
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Indirect; there are a few other ongoing matters (news soon) that need to resolve before moving into Sonoma. Unless your good cause is materially similar to one already approved, we do not expect a high rate of approval at this time.
Glad we haven't been forgotten out here

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That pretty much sums it up
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can anyone direct me to who I need to talk to about whether my good cause statement is good enough? I'd really appreciate it.
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can anyone direct me to who I need to talk to about whether my good cause statement is good enough? I'd really appreciate it.
The idea right now is if your good cause statement matches one of the previously approved statements, then its good enough. If it doesn't then it probably isn't good enough.
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It really is disgusting that if you live across a line to the north of sonoma county it only takes two words for a good cause statment "Personal Protection".

Does the Sheriff not think about all the people from mendocino county running around his (cause he is just power tripping) county.
My friends always CC when they are here because 1) they can 2) to rub it in my face. Hell at this point I would be happy to get my CCW and have a restriction on it not allowing me to carry in sonoma county because that would be a start in the right direction and I could carry in the rest of the state.

Ultimately I feel that not being able to get a CCW in your county is unjust because it bars you from carrying in the rest of the state, which our sheriff should have no say in.

Sorry.. just had to add my .02 cents. This has always rubbed me the wrong way.
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It really is disgusting that if you live across a line to the north of sonoma county it only takes two words for a good cause statment "Personal Protection".

Does the Sheriff not think about all the people from mendocino county running around his (cause he is just power tripping) county.
My friends always CC when they are here because 1) they can 2) to rub it in my face. Hell at this point I would be happy to get my CCW and have a restriction on it not allowing me to carry in sonoma county because that would be a start in the right direction and I could carry in the rest of the state.

Ultimately I feel that not being able to get a CCW in your county is unjust because it bars you from carrying in the rest of the state, which our sheriff should have no say in.

Sorry.. just had to add my .02 cents. This has always rubbed me the wrong way.
I agree. I've even considered moving up to mendocino county, but commuting to San Francisco each day would be difficult.
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I too have considered moving to mendocino county but my girlfriend is going to be transferring to sonoma state and she doesn't want to move and she works in novato.

Im thinking about moving to Sac in a couple years when she transfers back to Sac state but that might be too much of a commute for me
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Is there anything I can do to help in this effort? Do you need any legwork to the Sheriff's office or the County Clerk or court house or anything like that. I'm growing weary of just sitting on my hands. I want to do something useful.
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Is there anything I can do to help in this effort? Do you need any legwork to the Sheriff's office or the County Clerk or court house or anything like that. I'm growing weary of just sitting on my hands. I want to do something useful.
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I live in Windsor in sonoma county and am about to apply for a ccw with what I believe is good cause. An employee in the company I run is a bit emotionally disturbed an over instant message threatened to come in to the office and kill all the employees. We contacted the police etc, but they are hesitant to do anything. Terrible situation. Any advice would be appreciated.
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"It really is disgusting that if you live across a line to the north of sonoma county it only takes two words for a good cause statment "Personal Protection".....
....Ultimately I feel that not being able to get a CCW in your county is unjust because it bars you from carrying in the rest of the state, which our sheriff should have no say in. "

Sorry.. just had to add my .02 cents. This has always rubbed me the wrong way.
Amen brother!
This is so un-American, how many of us have to travel to less than desirable parts because of our job...

or go on date night with the wife & need to pay the babysitter... so I have to visit the ATM at 1AM....

Last weekend we spent time up in Mendo BUT because my house happends to be a few miles south of that place I cannot CC to protect my family but the people who live there can....

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I live in Windsor in sonoma county and am about to apply for a ccw with what I believe is good cause. An employee in the company I run is a bit emotionally disturbed an over instant message threatened to come in to the office and kill all the employees. We contacted the police etc, but they are hesitant to do anything. Terrible situation. Any advice would be appreciated.
That probably wont be enough to get your CCW around these parts. But let us know if you are going apply, I think they were looking for a volunteer.

From my personal experience the local PD (santa rosa) will get to your location after your beyond screwed. I lived a block and a half away from the HQ and it took them 5 minutes to get there. Both suspects trying to kick in my door were not found. Probably cause the PD looked around for less than a minute and left. No joke on that. That is why I bought my USP.
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Amen brother!

Last weekend we spent time up in Mendo BUT because my house happends to be a few miles south of that place I cannot CC to protect my family but the people who live there can....
I sometimes wondered what it would be like to live up by Cloverdale and know that the people just north of you can CC but you are not able to. (not saying you live in cloverdale)

It just doesn't logically make sense to me. But in the end that is 'me', not the powers that be.
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That probably wont be enough to get your CCW around these parts. But let us know if you are going apply, I think they were looking for a volunteer.

From my personal experience the local PD (santa rosa) will get to your location after your beyond screwed. I lived a block and a half away from the HQ and it took them 5 minutes to get there. Both suspects trying to kick in my door were not found. Probably cause the PD looked around for less than a minute and left. No joke on that. That is why I bought my USP.
I am going to start filling out my forms to apply for ccw today. What exactly do you mean "they are looking for a volunteer"? A volunteer for what?
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I am going to start filling out my forms to apply for ccw today. What exactly do you mean "they are looking for a volunteer"? A volunteer for what?
To apply at some point, but probably further down the road. Read post's # 7,17,48,62 again.
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I am going to start filling out my forms to apply for ccw today. What exactly do you mean "they are looking for a volunteer"? A volunteer for what?
You will know when they want the volunteers. The title will say "time to apply"

Then it is up to us to flood the sheriffs office with our CCW apps
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