Concealed Weapons Permit

It is the policy of the Beaumont Police Department to refer all applicants for a CCW license to the Riverside County Sheriff Department for processing.  As an alternative that is completely voluntary, the Beaumont Police Department will accept CCW license applications from Beaumont residents who wish to process those applications through a third-party provider. 

Carry Concealed Weapon (CCW) License Program

A CCW License allows qualified individuals to carry an approved, concealed firearm on their person for the purpose of self-protection.  The voluntary, alternative CCW license process takes approximately 2-3 months to complete.  CCW licenses are valid for a two year period from the date of issuance.

The following information provides a brief overview of the voluntary, alternative CCW License Program; which includes the program requirements, the licensing process and certain restrictions in obtaining a CCW license.  The Beaumont Police Department is pleased to offer this service to the citizens of Beaumont as a tool for personal protection and with the overall goal for increased public safety.

Sean Thuilliez
Chief of Police

Riverside County Sheriff Department CCW Program

  • $100 Fee for Processing
  • 18 to 24 Month Wait time for Issuance of Permit 

For more information, visit the Riverside County Sheriff Department website.

Beaumont Police Department CCW Program

  • $298 Fee for Processing application and background (Paid to 3rd Party Vendor)
  • This fee is only for processing of the application and background.
  • 2 to 3 Month Wait time for Issuance of Permit

Fees

For a full list of fees, visit our Administrative and Process Fees page.

  1. Requirements
  2. Restrictions
  3. Revocations
  4. License Process
  5. Limited Business Licenses

In order to qualify for a CCW license, the applicant must meet the following requirements:

  • Must be a resident of the City of Beaumont (Penal Code § 26150 & Penal Code § 26155).
  • Be at least 21 years of age (Penal Code § 29610).
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen.
  • Fully complete an application that will include substantial personal information—much of which may be subject to public access under the Public Records Act.
  • Be free from criminal convictions that would disqualify the applicant from carrying a firearm. For more information, see the Firearms Prohibiting Categories document (PDF).
  • Be of good moral character (Penal Code § 26150 & Penal Code § 26155).
  • Show good cause for the issuance of the license (Penal Code § 26150 & Penal Code § 26155).
  • Pay all associated application fees (fees will not be refunded if the application is denied). Click here for a list of the Administrative and Processing Fees
  • Provide proof of ownership and registration of any firearm associated with the license.
  • Be free from any psychological conditions that might make the applicant unsuitable for carrying a firearm (Penal Code § 26190).
  • Complete required training (Penal Code § 26165).