SACRAMENTO – Security and investigative professionals seeking to carry a firearm while they work in the State of California can now go online to prove they have the required training. The Bureau of Security and Investigative Services (BSIS) has added an online application feature to a suite of tools on its website designed to make things easier for licensees.
Licensees can find the option by logging into their BreEZe account here: breeze.ca.gov.
“Our goal is to streamline the process, while weeding-out deficient applications before they’re ever filed,” said Bureau Chief Lynne Andres. “This upgrade to our technology is a significant step in that direction.”
The online application option means that professionals with one of those qualifying license types have another method, in addition to mailing their application or physically visiting a licensing office, to apply for a firearm permit. Applicants will still have to meet the same training and proficiency requirements for the firearm permit. Now they can prove that they have done so by attaching the required documents to their online application.
Read the full news release here.