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The Calguns Foundation report on California Carry License Issuance, statewide and by county - 2011

The Calguns Foundation report on California Carry License Issuance, statewide and by county - 2011

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The Calguns Foundation report on California Carry License (CCW/LTC) Issuance for 2011 based on data provided by the Department of Justice Bureau of Firearms and the Department of Finance.
The Calguns Foundation report on California Carry License (CCW/LTC) Issuance for 2011 based on data provided by the Department of Justice Bureau of Firearms and the Department of Finance.

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 2011 CARRY LICENSE STATISTICSACTIVE LTC LICENSESData captured Sept. 1, 2011As Reported by Licensing Authorities toCA. Dept of Justice
(IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER OF COUNTY)
Proudly brought to you by
Calguns Foundation
This and other CGF documents may be downloaded atwww.calgunsfoundation.org/resources/downloads 
The Calguns Foundation (www.calgunsfoundation.org) is a 501(c)3 non-profitorganization which serves its members by providing Second Amendment-relatededucation, strategic litigation and the defense of innocent California gun owners fromimproper or malicious prosecution. The Calguns Foundation seeks to inform governmentand protect the rights of individuals to acquire, own, and lawfully use firearms inCalifornia.
Freedom Isn’t Free – Donate Today!www.calgunsfoundation.org/donate 
 
 Explanation of LTC Report Column Headings
 
Kinds of Licenses to Carry
California Penal Code establishes a license to carry a concealable firearm at § 26170(formerly § 12050). Penal Code § 26220 distinguishes different types of licenses to carry by to whom issued and by duration of the license:
 
Civilians
– A license to carry is valid for two years for ‘civilians’ (26220(a))
 
 Employment 
– Ninety days for ‘civilians’ when based on the licensee’s place of employment (26220(b))
 
 Judicial 
– Three years for a judge of a court of record, court commissioner, or magistrate of a federal court (26220(c))
 
Custodial Officer 
 – Four years for a custodial officer who is an employee of asheriff (26220(d))
 
 Reserve Officer 
 – Four years for a reserve police officer (26220(e))
License Status
A license may be
 
 Active
– all requirements have been met and the license has been issued
 
 Pending 
– some step in the process is not yet completed
 
Cancelled 
– the licensee has chosen not to proceed further in the licensing process
 
 Revoked 
– the issuing agency has revoked the license
 
 Prohibited 
– after investigation, the licensee was determined to be prohibited fromreceiving a license to carry
Population Comparison
Licenses to carry/1,000 adult residents in the city or county.
 
Data for this report came from the following sources
Population Data
California Department of Finance. California State Data Center. 2011.
Table 1—Total  population, median age, sex, age, household and family size.
 
Last
 
accessed October 10,2011. Downloadable at:www.dof.ca.gov/research/demographic/state_census_data_center/census_2010/view.php#CQR  
License to Carry Data
California Department of Justice. Bureau of Firearms. 2011. Data files
11_XXXX_01_Alameda
through
11_XXXX_58_Yuba.
Received September 14, 2011.
 
 CA ACTIVE LTC REPORTTABLE OF CONTENTS
COUNTYREPORTPAGECOUNTYREPORTPAGE
Alameda County 1 Orange County 31Alpine County 2 Placer County 32Amador County 3 Plumas County 33Butte County 4 Riverside County 34Calaveras County 5 Sacramento County 35Colusa County 6 San Benito County 36Contra Costa County 7 San Bernardino County 37Del Norte County 8 San Diego County 38El Dorado County 9 San Francisco County 39Fresno County 10 San Joaquin County 40Glenn County 11 San Luis Obispo County 41Humboldt County 12 San Mateo County 42Imperial County 13 Santa Barbara County 43Inyo County 14 Santa Clara County 44Kern County 15 Santa Cruz County 45Kings County 16 Shasta County 46Lake County 17 Sierra County 47Lassen County 18 Siskiyou County 48Los Angeles County 19 Solano County 49Madera County 21 Sonoma County 50Marin County 22 Stanislaus County 51Mariposa County 23 Sutter County 52Mendocino County 24 Tehama County 53Merced County 25 Trinity County 54Modoc County 26 Tulare County 55Mono County 27 Tuolumne County 56Monterey County 28 Ventura County 57 Napa County 29 Yolo County 58 Nevada County 30 Yuba County 59
All Licensing Authorities (statewide) 60

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