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Permit Denial

What happens when my request for a permit is denied?

All applicants will receive notice in writing regarding the denial of their application. Applicants who are denied a concealed weapons permit will be advised of the reason for the denial. Applicants may appeal if their application for a permit is denied. All appeals must be submitted in writing to:

Placer County Sheriff’s Office

Attention: CCW Permits
 2929 Richardson Drive
Auburn, CA 95604
 

Written appeals should be specific, clearly outlining the applicant’s rebuttal to the reason stated for denial. Additional information, which may be pertinent to the applicants request for a permit should also be included. Note: Appeals must be received by the Sheriff’s Office no later than (30) thirty days from the date of the notification letter.

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