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Gun Permits

Gun Permits are issued out to County Residents from the Sheriff's Department. The Gun Permit Application can be filled out at the Sheriff's Department (Monday - Friday between the hours of 8am-4pm, excluding holidays). Local Fees are Cash Only and State Fees are to be paid by Money Order only, made out to the State of Indiana. **NEW** Applications can now be filled out online by going to http://aries.in.gov/Firearms/Permit.aspx. You will still be required to go to the Sheriff's Department and sign your application, be fingerprinted and pay for all fees as stated above.

 

Information on qualifications for receiving a handgun permit may be found at www.in.gov/isp/

 

Fees:

TYPE                                                    Local Fees                        State Fees   

Four Year Hunting & Target             $10/$5 Refundable*          $5

 

4Yr Personal Protection                     $10/$5 Refundable*          $30

                                                               (+ $1 Notary Fee)

 

Lifetime Hunting and Target             $50/$30 Refundable*        $25

 no Current Valid License

 

Lifetime Hunting and Target              $40/$30 Refundable*        $20

 Current Valid License

 

Lifetime Personal Protection               $50/$30 Refundable*        $75

 no Current License                              (+ $1 Notary Fee)

 

Lifetime Personal Protection               $40/$30 Refundable*        $60

 Current Valid License                          (+ $1 Notary Fee)

 

Retired Law Enforcement                  Not Provided in Law         Fee Exempt

 Officer

 

Retired Correction                             Not Provided in Law         Fee Exempt

 Officer

 

Firearms Dealer                                  Not Provided in Law         Fee Exempt

 

* A portion of the local fee is refundable if a license is not issued. The entire state fee is refundable if no license is issued.

 

The Sheriff's Office accepts applications for Gun Permits for any resident of Montgomery County that does not reside within the limits of a Town or City.  All residents of Towns or Cities must apply for Gun Permits at their local Police Department.

If you have any questions regarding this service, please contact Dell Wilson.

Sours: https://www.montgomerycounty.in.gov/eGov/apps/services/index.egov?view=detail;id=53

Gun Permits

Pennsylvania License to Carry a Concealed Firearm


iMPORTANT: nEW PROCEDURES

 Directions to Apply and Pick-up

Make sure you read and follow each instruction!

********There is no same day issuance of permits********

Since September 9, we have been using the Permitium program to provide the most efficient way of processing gun permit applications. Emailed applications are no longer accepted and all previously emailed applications that were not picked up or an appointment already scheduled, have been destroyed.

We ask that anyone who has submitted a License To Carry application through the Permitum site log into Permitium and check the status of their application, if they have not already heard from us. To Log in, go to the Permitium link on the  Sheriff’s GUN PERMIT page. Go to ORDER TRACKER in the black bar at the top of the home page. To log in, you will need your Order Number, the Password you made up when you filed the application and the Email Address you used at that time. If you do not remember the Password, use the Reset Password Link on that page. Permitium will email you a new password in about 15 minutes or so. Use that password to log on. Once you get to the application status, if it says PERMIT APPROVED, we are waiting for you to schedule an appointment which is also done on this site. If it says PENDING ADDITIONAL INFO, we are waiting on info from you to proceed. Usually that is a change of address card from PADOT or an updated driver’s license which can both be uploaded into this site. Please DO NOT call the office for any of this information.


 To apply for a License to Carry Firearms in Montgomery County, Pa., please visit:

https://montgomerypa.permitium.com/ccw/start

We only process applications from Montgomery County residents.

 Applicants should print out or write down the information on their confirmation from Permitium. Please remember to record your Permitium username and password. You will need them to reenter the Permitium system under Order Tracker.

Applications filed through Permitium should wait for an email to make their appointment in that system. We have had a large number of applications in queue since this program started and are working through them as fast as we can. Do not call for status. If you have received a receipt, the application will be in queue until handled. You can always check status through Permitium’s Order Tracker.

Failure to appear for a scheduled appointment can be considered abandonment of the application process and may result in the withdraw of your application and a partial refund of your payment. You would have to reapply from the beginning of the process.

You can still drop off applications at the Jury entrance, Mon-Fri  noon to p.m.. You must have a completed application and a copy of both sides of your valid driver’s license or PennDOT ID. Incomplete applications will be rejected and only Montco residents can apply. These drop offs need an appointment to pick up. If the date available at drop off isn’t acceptable, please email [email protected] to arrange an appointment. The earliest available date is the one offered at drop off.

When you come for your appointment, make sure to bring your photo driver’s license or PennDOT issued ID and any expired/expiring permit with you. Make sure your driver’s license is valid and up to date as far as your address and not expired. You can go online and update the address and we will accept the printed confirmation page or Pa DOT change of address card only. We will only be accepting checks (made out to Montgomery County Sheriff), credit cards (Visa, Master Card and Discover) and debit cards with the Visa or Master Card logo. Permits are $

ALL GUN PERMIT BUSINESS is done through the Jury Entrance on the Airy St. side (or north side) of the building. Do not bring unnecessary items with you because you will be going through security scanners. No weapons of any kind.

There will be no place to sit so your wait time will be standing in line. The typical wait time is less than 30 minutes if you are on time for your appointment and all systems are functioning properly. Unless you are physically disabled, only the permit holder will be permitted in the office. Do not bring friends/family (including children) along with you.

Lost /Stolen permits, change of address/name, License to Sell and Precious Metals licenses will be handled on Mondays from a.m. to 11 a.m., through the Jury entrance. Make sure you have a check or Visa/MC.

Retired LEO/ cards are done on Monday between a.m. through the Jury entrance on Airy St. You need to bring your old and new qualification card (blue card), department issued retired ID, driver’s license and a $5 money order made out to the Commonwealth of Pa.

*The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office DOES NOT issue non-resident gun permits. 

Firearms License Application

Pennsylvania Law requires the Sheriff of Montgomery County to process all Applications for License to Carry Firearms.

The Sheriff's Office is required under Pa. Law, Section (d) of Title 18 Pa. C.S., to conduct an investigation into your application.

Licenses are issued to all those who qualify, based on a background investigation done by the Sheriff's Office through the Pennsylvania Instant Check System (PICS).

Once an application for a license to carry is filed, the Sheriff has 45 days in which to complete the investigation and notify the applicant. The license is valid for five years. The Sheriff has the ability to revoke the license at any time for just cause.

Please read the application instructions carefully. Applications cannot be processed unless all of the requirements are met.

Applications are processed in the Sheriff's Office Gun Permits section Monday through Friday from a.m. to p.m. Further information and applications are below.

​APPLICATION FOR PENNSYLVANIA LICENSE TO CARRY FIREARMS


APPLICATION FOR PENNSYLVANIA LICENSE TO SELL FIREARMS

PRECIOUS METALS APPLICATION

Click here for information​ about our Firearms Safety classes and tips!

Sours: https://www.montcopa.org//Gun-Permits
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Pistol Permits

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The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office is here to assist you, as a law abiding citizen of Montgomery County, in obtaining a permit to carry a concealed pistol. Under Alabama law, Title 13A, (a) "Except on land under his or her control or in his or her own abode or his or her own fixed place of business, no person shall carry a pistol in any vehicle or concealed on or about his or her person without a permit issued under Section 13A or recognized under Section 13A". Simply put, under Alabama law, you must have a permit to carry a concealed pistol on your person, in a public place, or to carry a pistol, concealed or not, in your vehicle.

The first requirement to obtain a pistol permit, from the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, is that you must reside in Montgomery County. State law requires that you apply and be issued a pistol permit in the County in which you reside; however, the permit, once issued, is valid throughout the State of Alabama, as well as any reciprocal State. The law also allows requires a Sheriff to conduct a thorough background check to determine whether a person is legally able to be licensed. The Sheriff is prohibited from issuing a license to a person who, by law, would be ineligible for such a license. The first step in obtaining your Montgomery County Pistol Permit is to TRUTHFULLY fill out a Pistol Permit Application. You must then be able to pass a nationwide criminal history background check which will reveal any local, state, or nationwide arrest. Once this background check is complete and you are found to be eligible, you may receive your Alabama pistol permit.

TO RENEW AN EXISTING PERMIT :
Follow this link to our new service and complete the information: Permit Renewal
Renewals may be made online using credit/Debit card only.

TO APPLY FOR A NEW PERMIT:
Download our Pistol Permit Application to begin the application process.

Fill out the application completely, print, and mail to:

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office
Attn: Pistol Permits
P.O. Box
Montgomery, Alabama

 


Requirements

Under state law, the following minimum requirements must be met in order to obtain your Pistol Permit in Montgomery County:

  1. You must reside in Montgomery County (Title 13A).
  2. Provide completely truthful information on the Permit Application (Title 13A & 13A).
  3. Not be convicted of a crime of violence as defined in Title 13A
  4. You must not be a drug addict, habitual drunkard, or be of unsound mind or have required involuntary inpatient or outpatient treatment in a psychiatric hospital or similar treatment facility for any reason, including drug use (Title 13A and Title 13A).
  5. You must be a U.S. citizen, a legal alien resident or possess a valid work visa. A person who is unlawfully present in this state may not be issued a permit (Title 13A).

Under Alabama law, (Title 13A and 13A), persons convicted of the following are forbidden to possess a pistol:

  1. Murder
  2. Manslaughter (except Manslaughter arising out of the operation of a vehicle)
  3. Rape
  4. Mayhem
  5. Assault with Intent to commit Robbery
  6. Assault with Intent to Murder
  7. Robbery
  8. Burglary
  9. Kidnapping
  10. Any Class A or Class B Felony that has as an element serious physical injury, the distribution or manufacture of a controlled substance, or is of a sexual nature involving a child under the age of

The Federal Gun Control Act of and the Federal Omnibus Consolidated Appropriations Act of makes it illegal for a person who fits into any of the following categories to receive or possess a firearm. These laws prevent the Sheriff from issuing a Pistol Permit because it would be illegal for people who fit in these categories, by Federal law, to own or possess a gun.

  1. A person who has been convicted, in any court, of a crime punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding one year.
  2. A person who is a fugitive from justice.
  3. A person who is an unlawful user of, or addicted to, any controlled substance.
  4. A person who has been adjudicated as mentally defective or has been committed to a mental institution.
  5. A person who is an alien, illegally or unlawfully, in the United States, or an alien admitted to the United States under a non-immigrant visa.
  6. A person who has been discharged from the Armed Forces under dishonorable conditions.
  7. A person, having been a citizen of the United States, who has renounced his or her citizenship.
  8. A person who is subject to a court order that restrains the person from harassing, stalking, or threatening an intimate partner or child of such intimate partner.
  9. A person who has been convicted of a crime of domestic violence; such a person cannot lawfully receive, possess, ship, or transport a firearm.

Alabama Reciprocal Gun Law

Since August 1, , the State of Alabama has had the legislative authority to recognize reciprocal concealed weapons permits with other states, due to the passage of Act (Senate Bill ), which was signed by the Governor on May 15, This authority is now codified as Title 13A

This law allows Alabama concealed weapon permit holders to take their weapons into states that recognize Alabama pistol permits with other states, due to the passage of Act (Senate Bill ), which was signed by the Governor on May 15, Title 13A now authorizes permit holders from other states to carry a handgun in this state. It applies only while the license holder is not a resident of this state. A license holder from another state shall carry the handgun in compliance with the laws of this state. The Attorney General shall periodically publish a list of states which recognize licenses issued pursuant to 13A


Penalty of Violation

Any person in violation of Alabama's license to carry a pistol law may be arrested and upon conviction, be subject to a term of imprisonment of not more than one year in the County Jail and a fine of not more than $, or both. The pistol will be seized and may be forfeited by court order.

"This is for informational purposes only to provide our citizens with up-to-date knowledge about the new gun law that took effect August 1, The main thing to remember is that individuals of legal age can now obtain a pistol permit and persons convicted of Theft of Property III (misdemeanor) can now obtain a permit."


Contact Information

Do you have questions about Pistol Permits?

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office
Attn: Pistol Permits
Post Office Box
Montgomery, Alabama

Montgomery County Courthouse, Annex 1
South Lawrence Street
Montgomery, Alabama

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Sours: https://www.montgomerysheriff.com/public-interest/pistol-permits
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CHL Permits & Background Checks

Effective August 9th,

Please Note: In an effort to reduce the transmission of COVID inside the Sheriff's Office Headquarters building located at W. 2nd Street, Dayton, OH , face masks will be required.  



Effective July 1st,

In accordance to Ohio law, effective July 1st, , residents applying for CHL (new and renewal applications) can only apply in their county of residence or adjacent county. Residents will no longer have an extended grace period of 90 days, but will return to the original 30 day grace period.  Residents who are unable to renew within the 30 day grace period of their permit expiring will NOT be required to retake a CHL class.  Please be advised you will not be able to carry concealed after the 30 day grace period until your permit is renewed.

Previously, Governor DeWine signed House Bill which states if your license is scheduled to expire between March 9, and June 30, , the expiration date is extended by 90 days or until June 30, , whichever is later. House Bill also allowed residents of Ohio to apply for a license or renew a license at ANY Sheriff’s office in Ohio. Residents were not limited to their residing county or an adjacent county. This bill expires on June 30,



Effective March 15th,
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office has launched a new program in their Concealed Handgun Licensing (CHL) Department called “Permitium,” which allows citizens to make appointments, apply for new or renewal permits and pay for concealed carry permits or Background Webchecks online. 

Please note: You must bring in any documents you may have uploaded for your appointment. 

Residents who are unable to make an appointment online or use a credit/debit card can come down to the CHL Department during normal business hours (Monday-Friday ampm, excluding legal holidays) to: apply for their permit or background check, pay for their appointment (cash, check, or money order), and to schedule their appointment.  Those applying in person must bring down the proper documentation needed for the corresponding appointment (Ex. Certification, ID, etc). 

**If you need a replacement or address change on your CHL permit or background check for reasons other than Concealed Carry, you can still book online.  Our office conducts FBI/BCI&I Background Checks on Tuesdays. **
*Please Note: There is NO penalty for renewals after your CHL permit expires*

*Fingerprint CARD services are still suspended at this time.* 

Book an Appointment



C.H.L. Hotline - ()

Attention C.H.L. Instructors and Applicants!! Check your certificates! In order for your C.H.L. training certificate to meet the requirements of the Ohio Revised Code, there is certain wording that needs to be either on the certificate somewhere or on a separate affidavit provided by the instructor. The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office WILL NOT accept your certificate if it does not have the following wording on it because the certificate DOES NOT meet the C.H.L. requirements:

"The instructor of this course attests that the course met the requirements described in Section (G)(1) of the Ohio Revised Code and that the applicant passed the competency examination described in Section (G)(2) of the Ohio Revised Code."

This does NOT apply to military personnel who provide the military weapons training record or DD in lieu of the training certificate (DD must have a weapons qualification if you did not take the Ohio C.H.L. class).

IMPORTANT SENATE BILL 81 INFORMATION

Senate Bill allows for veterans to receive a no-cost C.H.L. license. If you are an active, reserve, or retired member of the armed forces, or were honorably discharged, there is no fee to apply for a new or renewal license. You must present an active duty ID or a copy of your form DD showing an honorable discharge at the time of application. NOTE: An applicant’s DD must read “Honorable” or “Honorable Discharge” in the Character of Service box. “General Discharge”, “General Discharge Under Honorable Conditions”, or similar language does not meet the requirements of the Ohio Revised Code to obtain a fee free license.

If you are applying for a new Conceal Carry Permit under Senate Bill 81 you must also provide a weapons qualification. This can be on your DD (expert sharpshooter, marksmanship, etc.) or on a qualification page (AF , ect.). If you do not have a weapons qualification you must take the class and provide your certificate when applying. Your DD will allow you to get a free permit.

The Attorney General monitors the number of license fees waived statewide and caps the total amount allowed to be waived at $ million each year. When the funds are depleted statewide, the fee will no longer be waived until November 5th of the following year.

Senate Bill 81 also allows a C.H.L. holder to renew their license at any time before or after the expiration date.

MEDICAL MARIJUANA WARNING

EFFECTIVE September 8, , Ohio House Bill legalized medical marijuana in Ohio and created the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program (MMCP). The MMCP allows individuals with certain medical conditions to purchase and use medical marijuana upon the recommendation of an Ohio-licensed physician certified by the State Medical Board.

However, federal law (18 U.S.C. § (g)(3)) prohibits any person “who is an unlawful user of or addicted to any controlled substance (as defined in section of the Controlled Substances Act (21 U.S.C. ))” from shipping, transporting, receiving, or possessing firearms or ammunition. Marijuana is listed in the federal controlled substances Act as a Schedule I controlled substance.

There are no exceptions in federal law for marijuana used for medical purposes – even if such use is sanctioned by state law.

Therefore, even if you are legally using medical marijuana under the MMPC, you may be denied an Ohio Concealed Handgun License and may be prohibited carrying a concealed handgun under federal law.

An applicant must be a resident of Montgomery County (or an adjoining county: Butler, Preble, Clark, Darke, Warren, Miami, or Greene). Applicants must be at least 21 years of age and not a fugitive from justice. Many criminal offenses will bar an applicant from obtaining a license. For further detailed information, visit the State of Ohio Attorney General's web site at www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/

The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office will inform applicants by email when the application has been approved.  Applicants will be informed in writing by mail if an application has been denied along with the reason for the denial. No information about the status of a pending application will be provided by telephone. 

Permit holders are required to notify the issuing Sheriff of any address changes that occur once a Permit is issued. Address change requests must be made in writing with a photocopy of your permit attached. Requests may be mailed to The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office at W. Second St., Attn: CHL Dayton, OH It is OPTIONAL, not required, to get a permit card reprinted after an address change. If you desire a new permit after an address change, the fee is $  Please make an appointment online for an address change or replacement permit.

It is a felony to carry a firearm into the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office or any Montgomery County building.

IMPORTANT WARNING
FAILURE TO DISCLOSE A CRIMINAL RECORD WHEN APPLYING FOR A CHL PERMIT WILL BE TREATED AS FILING A FALSE LEGAL DOCUMENT AND COULD RESULT IN CRIMINAL PROSECUTION AND/OR THE DENIAL OF YOUR PERMIT! YOUR APPLICATION IS CONSIDERED A LEGAL DOCUMENT AND IT IS EXPECTED TO CONTAIN COMPLETE AND ACCURATE INFORMATION.

YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR KNOWING YOUR CRIMINAL HISTORY!
VIEW INFORMATION ON DISQUALIFYING CRITERIA

Sours: https://www.mcohiosheriff.org/index.php

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