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<p>As of January 1, 1996 and as a result of Assembly Bill 830 (Speier), the pepper spray and mace programs are now deregulated. Consumers will no longer be required to have training, and a certificate is not required to purchase or posses these items. Pepper spray and mace are available through gun shops, sporting goods stores, and other business outlets. California Penal Code Section 12400 - 12460 govern pepper spray use in California.</p><br>
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As of January 1, 1996, and as a result of Assembly Bill 830 (Speier), the pepper spray and mace programs are now deregulated. Consumers will no longer be required to have training, and a certificate is not required to purchase or possess these items. Pepper spray and mace are available through gun shops, sporting goods stores, and other business outlets. California Penal Code Section 12400 - 12460 govern pepper spray use in California.  
 
    
 
    
<p>Pepper spray and mace are available through gun shops, sporting goods stores, and other business outlets. California Penal Code Sections 12400 - 12460 govern pepper spray use in California.</p><br>
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Pepper spray and mace are available through gun shops, sporting goods stores, and other business outlets. California Penal Code Sections 12400 - 12460 govern pepper spray use in California.
  
 
    
 
    
'''Certain individuals are still prohibited from possessing pepper spray:'''<br>
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'''Certain individuals are still prohibited from possessing pepper spray:'''
 
      
 
      
*Minors under the age of 16<br>    
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*Minors under the age of 16     
*Convicted felons<br>   
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*Individuals convicted of narcotic/drug addiction<br>   
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*Individuals convicted of assault<br>   
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*Individuals convicted of misusing pepper spray<br> 
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*Convicted felons   
<p>It is still a federal offense to carry/ship pepper spray on a commercial airliner or posses it beyond the security metal detectors at the airport. Pepper spray may only be used in situations involving imminent physical threats or fear of bodily harm and may NOT be used to prevent theft or in situations of verbal abuse.</p><br>
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*Individuals convicted of narcotic/drug addiction 
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*Individuals convicted of assault   
  
<p>A police officer may cite or arrest a person who does not comply with regulations stated on the pepper or mace product.</p><br> 
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*Individuals convicted of misusing pepper spray 
  
'''<font color="#4AA02C">Sacramento Police Department</font color="#4AA02C">'''<br>
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900 Eighth Street<br>
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It is still a federal offense to carry/ship pepper spray on a commercial airliner or posses it beyond the security metal detectors at the airport. Pepper spray may only be used in situations involving imminent physical threats or fear of bodily harm and may NOT be used to prevent theft or in situations of verbal abuse.
Sacramento, CA 95814<br>
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(916) 264-5471<br>
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[http://www.sacpd.org/ '''www.sacpd.org''']<br>
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A police officer may cite or arrest a person who does not comply with regulations stated on the pepper or mace product. 
  
<p>The firearms unit of the California Department of Justice will assist consumers who have
 
questions or complaints.</p><br>
 
  
'''<font color="#4AA02C">Department of Justice</font color="#4AA02C">'''<br>
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The California Department of Justice will assist consumers who have
'''Firearms Division'''<br> 
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questions or complaints.
(916) 227-3703<br>
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[http://www.caag.state.ca.us/firearms/ '''www.caag.state.ca.us/firearms''']<br>
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Department of Justice
  
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1300 I Street
  
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Sacramento, CA 95814
  
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(916) 210-6276
  
<p>[[file:green_arrow.jpg|link=http://www.dca.ca.gov/publications/guide/index.shtml|Consumer Resource & Referral Guide]]
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[https://oag.ca.gov/ '''https://oag.ca.gov''']
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Latest revision as of 23:24, 19 November 2019

851-Local City/County Agencies

PEPPER SPRAY (MACE/TEAR GAS) go back


As of January 1, 1996, and as a result of Assembly Bill 830 (Speier), the pepper spray and mace programs are now deregulated. Consumers will no longer be required to have training, and a certificate is not required to purchase or possess these items. Pepper spray and mace are available through gun shops, sporting goods stores, and other business outlets. California Penal Code Section 12400 - 12460 govern pepper spray use in California.


Pepper spray and mace are available through gun shops, sporting goods stores, and other business outlets. California Penal Code Sections 12400 - 12460 govern pepper spray use in California.


Certain individuals are still prohibited from possessing pepper spray:

  • Minors under the age of 16
  • Convicted felons
  • Individuals convicted of narcotic/drug addiction
  • Individuals convicted of assault
  • Individuals convicted of misusing pepper spray


It is still a federal offense to carry/ship pepper spray on a commercial airliner or posses it beyond the security metal detectors at the airport. Pepper spray may only be used in situations involving imminent physical threats or fear of bodily harm and may NOT be used to prevent theft or in situations of verbal abuse.


A police officer may cite or arrest a person who does not comply with regulations stated on the pepper or mace product.


The California Department of Justice will assist consumers who have questions or complaints.

Department of Justice

1300 I Street

Sacramento, CA 95814

(916) 210-6276

https://oag.ca.gov