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Re: CHL picture

Postby dustymedic » Sun Jun 25, 2017 3:15 pm

What's really funny is i walked to Franklin County SO's office with 2 pictures (1 attached to the application and a spare, because my printer makes 2 copies when you select passport) and they ended up using their set up to take a picture for the actual card itself.
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Re: CHL picture

Postby JustaShooter » Wed Jun 28, 2017 8:12 pm

dustymedic wrote:What's really funny is i walked to Franklin County SO's office with 2 pictures (1 attached to the application and a spare, because my printer makes 2 copies when you select passport) and they ended up using their set up to take a picture for the actual card itself.

That's pretty typical. In theory the photo you bring is for the application & goes into their files, and they take their own picture for the license itself. What's that you say, they could just as easily use the picture they take for the license on the application too? That's just crazy talk!
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Re: CHL picture

Postby JediSkipdogg » Thu Jun 29, 2017 2:38 am

JustaShooter wrote:
dustymedic wrote:What's really funny is i walked to Franklin County SO's office with 2 pictures (1 attached to the application and a spare, because my printer makes 2 copies when you select passport) and they ended up using their set up to take a picture for the actual card itself.

That's pretty typical. In theory the photo you bring is for the application & goes into their files, and they take their own picture for the license itself. What's that you say, they could just as easily use the picture they take for the license on the application too? That's just crazy talk!


Very true, but it's in the ORC that we take one and they accept it. Just like the first ten years and providing every address one lived at since they were 18...well, the application required it so we had to provide it. Some legislature thought it was a good idea so they put it in law. Same with the photo. I'm sure most sheriff's don't want it and would be glad to see it removed, but they don't generally ask for changes in gun laws unless we start asking and they are brought in on discussions then they may say you want this, we want that.
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Re: CHL picture

Postby Brian D. » Thu Jun 29, 2017 9:33 am

Last time I brought in photos they'd been taken at one of those sit down, self serve "4 pix for a dollar" kiosks in the Eastgate Mall. Clermont County didn't use them but the clerk liked the one where I was grinning maniacally.
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Re: CHL picture

Postby schmieg » Thu Jun 29, 2017 9:31 pm

Brian D. wrote:Last time I brought in photos they'd been taken at one of those sit down, self serve "4 pix for a dollar" kiosks in the Eastgate Mall. Clermont County didn't use them but the clerk liked the one where I was grinning maniacally.

Warren County doesn't even list the pictures as part of what the applicant must bring.
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Re: CHL picture

Postby FormerNavy » Thu Jun 29, 2017 9:59 pm

Butler Co specifically mentions not to bring a photo.
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Re: CHL picture

Postby sunfish valley » Sat Jul 01, 2017 7:59 am

I always inform the students in my classes what they need to take with them when they apply for their lic., had the scioto county sheriff's office call me and tell me to quit having them bring in a picture, they didn't need it, they would take the picture there. and it would save the people some money.
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Re: CHL picture

Postby Cruiser » Sat Jul 01, 2017 10:06 am

sunfish valley wrote:I always inform the students in my classes what they need to take with them when they apply for their lic., had the scioto county sheriff's office call me and tell me to quit having them bring in a picture, they didn't need it, they would take the picture there. and it would save the people some money.

Nice and makes sense, but! It is the Law and bad laws need to be changed, not ignored! :roll:
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Re: CHL picture

Postby schmieg » Sat Jul 01, 2017 10:46 am

Cruiser wrote:
sunfish valley wrote:I always inform the students in my classes what they need to take with them when they apply for their lic., had the scioto county sheriff's office call me and tell me to quit having them bring in a picture, they didn't need it, they would take the picture there. and it would save the people some money.

Nice and makes sense, but! It is the Law and bad laws need to be changed, not ignored! :roll:

It's not really a violation of the law as the sheriff is merely providing the service necessary to take the picture. That's no different than first going to AAA and getting passport photos taken, just a change of venue for the picture taking. Not all sheriffs apparently want to do that, so the picture is still a requirement, but there is no requirement as to who has to take the picture.
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