CCW License

Civilian CCW Applicants:

The West Covina Police Department is aware of the recent June 23, 2022 U.S. Supreme Court ruling in New York State Rifle & Pistol Assn. v. Bruen, concerning the issuance of public-carry firearms licenses. As the West Covina Police Department evaluates the Bruen decision and forthcoming amendments to California’s CCW statutes, be advised that any changes to the Department’s policies or procedures will be posted here.

 

The West Covina Police Department is in the process of developing our CCW program. Once the program has been finalized and approved, the information will be posted here. Until the process has been approved, we are unable to accept applications.

 

Please continue to monitor this webpage for updated information about CCW requirements, how to apply, and the CCW process.

Retired West Covina Police Department Police Officers:

Retired WCPD Police Officers can apply/renew their CCW licenses online by using the three forms below. Two of the forms are applications pursuant to WPCD policy, as well as State and Federal law. The third form is the qualification course for retired WCPD officers.

 

·  All retired police officers are required to qualify with their firearms.

·  The WCPD qualification form must be used for all qualifications regardless of where the range is located.

·  We will only accept qualifications that occur at a law enforcement range.

·  We will only accept the West Covina Police Department Qualification form.

·  Failure to qualify annually will result in the revocation of a CCW endorsed ID card.

Retired WCPD Officer Application Submissions:

After completing the applicable application forms, they can be submitted here or mailed to the police department addressed to the training manager.

For any questions regarding the WCPD retired police officer CCW policy/process, please contact us using the button below.

For scheduling the WCPD range for a retiree qualification, please contact us using the button below.