Do I need to get fingerprinted before setting up an interview?

No. The Sheriff's CCW Unit will give you the paperwork to be fingerprinted. This ensures your fingerprints are routed back to the Sheriff's Department for our records.

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1. What is the time frame to establish residency in Riverside County in order to apply for a CCW license?
2. Do I have to fill out the same application to renew my permit?
3. If I live in a city where law enforcement services are provided by another agency, do I need to provide a denial letter from that agency?
4. Do I need to take the safety course prior to setting up an interview?
5. Do I need to get fingerprinted before setting up an interview?
6. How long does the process take on an initial application?
7. What are the reasons or “good cause” for being issued a permit?
8. How many firearms can I have on the permit?
9. Does the firearm have to be registered to me?
10. When should I start the process on a renewal?
11. Should I take any additional training besides the safety class?