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Old 02-08-2008, 09:18 PM
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Good News for Fresno residents. Sheriff Margaret Mims is pro CCW and you have a good chance of obtaining a CCW permit.


To apply for a CCW Permit contact Rick Lyons or Jimmy Aquirre of the Fresno County Sheriff's Department at (559) 488-3083, Mondays through Thursdays from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm to schedule an appointment for an interview.

How to prepare for your First Interview:
-Fill out the California CCW permit application
-Type your “good Cause” on a separate paper

• Make sure you have all the supporting documentation for your good cause.
• If your “good Cause” is business related, you may need to show proof or a letter from your employer.
• No need for reference letters according to some previous Fresno CCW applicants.

-The interviewer will ask a series of questions depending on what you write in your “Good Cause”. Most likely this is just to make sure he understands the applicant a bit better. The more thorough your “Good Cause” letter is, seems that the fewer questions are asked.


Second Interview:
- Take a short test about carrying Concealed Weapons
- If the interviewer has any last questions, this is when he will ask you.
- When completed, you will then be fingerprinted and you will start your background check.

Remember to Please Read general FAQ by OCResident




Thank you to those applicants who gave me their knowledge of their CCW proccess. I have a better understanding of Fresno and If you are a Fresno Resident, there is no reason you shouldn't apply! Its a simple proccess.

Last edited by The Black Knight : 02-08-2008 at 10:58 PM.
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