This form is to be used only by retired Sheriff employees’ who wish to be notified of Department related events. All fields with the exception of the e-mail address are required and information received will be stored in a Department database that will be confidential. Your personal contact information will only be verified by phone; however, other Department news and information will be disseminated via e-mail.
Retired Law Enforcement CCW Information
If you retired from the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office, or a qualifying United States federal law enforcement agency, you may be issued a Retired Law Enforcement CCW I.D. Card. It is your responsibility to ensure that you meet the requirements and that you adhere to our policy for Retired CCW Card holders. The following are some of the conditions in the policy:
- Agree to qualify annually on your own with the authorized firearm at a course approved by this department at your expense.
- Remain subject to all applicable department policies and federal, state and local laws.
- Not engage in conduct that compromises public safety.
- Only be authorized to carry a concealed firearm inspected and approved by the Department.
Retired Law Enforcement CCW ID Cards are subject to a five-year expiration. You must complete the form linked below every five years in order to maintain your CCW status. You can qualify with any recognized firearms instructor, or at the Sheriff’s Range in Camarillo. The qualification criteria is explained on the Retired Law Enforcement CCW form for your range instructor to follow. We will only process CCW renewals when you are within 90 days of expiration. If you have questions about the Retired Law Enforcement CCW process, please contact Sheriff’s Human Resources at (805) 654-2375.