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  1. You might be underestimating the current governor. It looks like he might have his eye on being President, and a gubernatorial loss would not bode well for that bid. He has pretty much unlimited resources to assist him- in 2018 he spent over $170 MILLION to become governor. He spent $30 MILLION in the Republican primary to get the candidate that he wants to go up against. You will probably see a very expensive, well coached bid to remain in office- from someone who hates to loose.
  2. An interesting article on the "leaking" of personal information. From the article, and note the numbers analyzed were just from LA county: "The Reload reviewed a copy of the Los Angeles County database and found 244 judge permits listed in the database. The files included the home addresses, full names, and dates of birth for all of them. The same was true for seven custodial officers, 63 people with a place of employment permit, and 420 reserve officers." "2,891 people in Los Angeles County with standard licenses also had their information compromised by the leak, though the database appears to include some duplicate entries as well." Lets hope that the Illinois State Police will keep its citizens information a little more "closer to the vest". https://thereload.com/new-california-ag-website-leaks-massive-trove-of-gun-owner-private-information/
  3. Below is an historical tracking of Average Days Processing of FOID (new and renewal), CCL (new only), and FTIP transactions as reported by the Illinois State Police. Processing Statistics Source- https://isp.illinois.gov/Foid Month/ Year New FOID application Average Processing Time (Days) Renewal FOID application Average Processing Time (Days) New Non-Fingerprint CCL Average Processing Time (Days) New Fingerprint CCL Average Processing Time (Days) FTIP Average Processing Time (Hours) Source 11/2020 121.71 199.9 160.35 130.58 79.4 Website 12/2020 122.47 242.44 158.84 121.05 36.25 Website 01/2021 121.74 266.77 154.76 122.22 62.25 Website 02/2021 118.89 305.02 166.02 156.55 71 Website 03/2021 126.35 176.54 160.04 136.91 50 Website 04/2021 140.39 187.69 162.49 142.79 48.75 Website 05/2021 206.84 218.2 152.1 182.63 13 Website 06/2021 206.93 221.2 181.62 138.85 17.2 Website 07/2021 188.95 143.82 143.74 131.79 23.3 Website 08/2021 196.74 258.16 167 136.44 7.75 Website 09/2021 149.47 146.59 146.64 117.78 36 Website 10/2021 121.3 38.91 130.32 100.49 31 Website 11/2021 97.04 35.98 126.97 110.7 41 Website 12/2021 50.42 53.16 122.05 86.99 58 Website 01/2022 21.74 34.51 115.12 78.36 41.75 Website 02/2022 19.8 33.46 115.38 110.89 41.75 Website 03/2022 17.38 23.8 132 101.34 49 Website
  4. With the release of the March, 2022 processing activity, below is an analysis of data provided on the ISP Statistics Web page (https://isp.illinois.gov/Foid/Statistics) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) site (https://www.fbi.gov/services/cjis/nics😞 FOID/ CCL backlog Analysis Items (Calculations/ Data anomalies) noted on the ISP Statistics Web Site National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) Illinois State Police data analysis A summary of the backlog activity is: Analysis for March, 2022 New Aps / Trans Received Processed Estimated Backlog Notes: Current Month Prior Month % Change Current Month Prior Month % Change Current Month Prior Month % Change FOID New Applications 14,091 10,665 32.1 16,100 11,923 35.0 6,435 8,444 (23.8) FOID Renewal Applications 14,929 10,136 47.3 15,950 17,708 (9.9) (3,356) (2,335) 43.7 CCL New Applications 4,471 3,387 32.0 5,039 4,561 10.5 3,187 1,997 59.6 CCL Renewal Applications - - - - - - - - - Not reported by ISP FTIPS Transactions 46,062 34,749 32.6 46,062 34,749 32.6 - - - Portfolio 79,553 58,937 35.0 83,151 68,941 20.6 6,266 8,106 (22.7) In an effort to reconcile the backlog calculated in the analysis and what the ISP calculates, and occasionally publishes as a backlog, a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request was submitted to the ISP relating to the backlogs. The ISP responded noting that the total FOID backlog (open processing greater than 30 days since receipt) of 165,534 as of April, 30, 2021. In the analysis, the total calculated backlog is 168,409 as of April 30, 2021. ISP did not break the backlog between New and Renewal applications. As the difference of 2,875 is just 1.71% of the calculated backlog, the difference can be viewed as immaterial and a validation of the backlog calculation methodology. Until the ISP can break out the backlog between new and renewal applications, due to the immaterial nature of the difference, an adjustment will not be made to the backlog in this analysis. Additionally, in December, 2021 the Illinois State Police published, via a press release, that the FOID renewal backlog was at 7,800. For analytical purposes, the FOID renewal backlog was increased by 11,823 to bring the end of (month) November, 2021 backlog to 7,800. Average Processing Time Changes between February, 2022 and March, 2022 are: Mar, 2022 Feb, 2022 Difference % Change New FOID application Average Processing Time (Days) 17.38 19.80 (2.42) (12.22) Renewal FOID application Average Processing Time (Days) 23.80 33.46 (9.66) (28.87) New Non-Fingerprint CCL Average Processing Time (Days) 132.00 115.38 16.62 14.40 New Fingerprint CCL Average Processing Time (Days) 101.34 110.89 (9.55) (8.61) FTIP Average Processing Time (Hours) 49.00 41.75 7.25 17.37 New CCL Applications (both fingerprint and non-fingerprint) above the statutory requirements. Mar, 2022 Statutory Requirement Difference % Change from Statutory Requirement New FOID application Average Processing Time (Days) 17.38 30.00 (12.62) (42.07) Renewal FOID application Average Processing Time (Business Days) 23.80 60.00 (36.20) (60.33) New Non-Fingerprint CCL Average Processing Time (Days) 132.00 120.00 12.00 10.00 New Fingerprint CCL Average Processing Time (Days) 101.34 90.00 11.34 12.60 FTIP Average Processing Time (Hours) 49.00 72.00 (23.00) (31.94) National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) Illinois State Police data analysis Included is an analysis of ISP related NICS data. A summary of activity: March, 2022 NICS Analysis for March, 2022 IL Only All NICS IL as a % of all NICS Prior Month 308,269 2,514,818 12.26 Current Month 385,030 3,014,465 12.77 Current Month YTD 1,167,252 8,062,379 14.48 YTD Prior Year (Mar-2021) 3,332,055 12,328,744 27.03
  5. February, 2022 ISP FOID/CCL Processing- With the release of the February, 2022 processing activity, below is some analysis of data provided on the ISP Statistics Web page (https://isp.illinois.gov/Foid/Statistics A summary of the backlog activity is: Analysis for February, 2022 New Aps / Trans Received Processed Estimated Backlog Notes: Current Month Prior Month % Chg Current Month Prior Month % Chg Current Month Prior Month % Chg FOID New Applications 10,665 12,003 (11.1) 11,923 16,159 (26.2) 8,444 9,702 (13.0) FOID Renewal Applications 10,136 15,940 (36.4) 17,708 31,304 (43.4) (2,335) 5,237 (144.6) CCL New Applications 3,387 3,603 (6.0) 4,561 4,627 (1.4) 1,997 1,892 5.5 CCL Renewal Applications - - - - - - - - - Not reported by ISP FTIPS Transactions 34,749 33,828 2.7 34,749 33,828 2.7 - - - Portfolio 58,937 65,374 (9.8) 68,941 85,918 (19.8) 8,106 16,831 (51.8) In an effort to reconcile the backlog calculated in the analysis and what the ISP calculates, and occasionally publishes as a backlog, a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request was submitted to the ISP relating to the backlogs. The ISP responded noting that the total FOID backlog (open processing greater than 30 days since receipt) of 165,534 as of April, 30, 2021. In the analysis, the total calculated backlog is 168,409 as of April 30, 2021. ISP did not break the backlog between New and Renewal applications. As the difference of 2,875 is just 1.71% of the calculated backlog, the difference can be viewed as immaterial and a validation of the backlog calculation methodology. Until the ISP can break out the backlog between new and renewal applications, due to the immaterial nature of the difference, an adjustment will not be made to the backlog in this analysis. Additionally, in December, 2021 the Illinois State Police published, via a press release, that the FOID renewal backlog was at 7,800. For analytical purposes, the FOID renewal backlog was increased by 11,823 to bring the end of (month) November, 2021 backlog to 7,800. Average Processing Time Changes between February, 2022 and January, 2022 are: Feb, 2022 Jan, 2022 Difference % Change New FOID application Average Processing Time (Days) 19.80 21.74 (1.94) (8.92) Renewal FOID application Average Processing Time (Days) 33.46 34.51 (1.05) (3.04) New Non-Fingerprint CCL Average Processing Time (Days) 115.38 115.12 0.26 0.23 New Fingerprint CCL Average Processing Time (Days) 110.89 78.36 32.53 41.51 FTIP Average Processing Time (Hours) 41.75 41.75 - - The ISP average processing time for New CCL Applications (Non Fingerprint), FTIP reviews, New and Renewal FOID applications have landed below the statutory requirements. The ISP does not report on CCL renewals. Feb, 2022 Statutory Requirement Difference % Change from Statutory Requirement New FOID application Average Processing Time (Days) 19.80 30.00 (10.20) (34.00) Renewal FOID application Average Processing Time (Business Days) 33.46 60.00 (26.54) (44.23) New Non-Fingerprint CCL Average Processing Time (Days) 115.38 120.00 (4.62) (3.85) New Fingerprint CCL Average Processing Time (Days) 110.89 90.00 20.89 23.21 FTIP Average Processing Time (Hours) 41.75 72.00 (30.25) (42.01) National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) Illinois State Police data analysis Included is an analysis of ISP related NICS data. A summary of activity: (https://www.fbi.gov/services/cjis/nics) Feb-2022 NICS Analysis for Feb-2022 IL Only All NICS IL as a % of All NICS Prior Month 473,953 2,533,096 18.71 Current Month 308,269 2,514,818 12.26 Current Month YTD 782,222 5,047,914 15.50 YTD Prior Year (Feb-2021) 1,904,138 7,683,135 24.78 Overall Analysis Notes Overview: This is an analysis of the Illinois State Police (ISP) information for new Firearm Owners Identification (FOID) applications, new Concealed Carry License (CCL) applications, and Firearms Transfer Inquiry Program (FTIP) transactions. The purpose of the analysis is to independently “re-calculate”/ verify the backlog of FOID and CCL applications from information published by the ISP. Due to the limitation of data made available by the ISP, a majority of the analysis focuses on new FOID, renewal FOID, and new CCL applications. FTIP transactions are added into the analysis as similar data is analyzed and similar resources may be used to analyze FOID, CCL, and FTIP items. Methodology/Constraints: Due to data availability, the initial calculation of the backlogs for new FOIL and CCL applications starts in January, 2020. For Renewal FOID applications, the calculation starts in March, 2020 to coincide with the publication of data. To calculate the backlog, the number of new applications received is reduced by the number of decisions, approved or denied, given. Subsequent monthly backlogs (new applications less approved and denied applications) are then included in the initial backlog to determine the cumulative backlog. Please note that the overall cumulative backlog is probably understated, but this methodology, when applied over time, will show the overall status (or trend) of a backlog. As this analysis has been ongoing, information has been requested either directly from ISP or via Illinois Legislature representatives’ offices. In December, 2021 the Illinois State Police published, via a press release, that the FOID renewal backlog was at 7,800. For analytical purposes, the FOID renewal backlog was increased by 11,823 to bring the end of (month) November, 2021 backlog to 7,800.
  6. On 1/1/2022 a new law went into effect that allows the consolidation of the FOID and CCL. In certain instances the Illinois State Police (ISP) CAN unilaterally combine and update the cards if the FOID expires before the CCL. Attached is a high level document on how the "consolidated" card is processed. Also notated are some processing issues that have been identified by users of this forum. FOID-CCL_Combined-2022-04-01.pdf
  7. That is only part of the picture. Law enforcement has always had the ability to run the "number". In fact, in the system (LEADS), your vehicle registration is tied to you drivers license, which is tied to the CCL (and FOID). So whenever your license plate is run, it will pull the CCL information for any of the registrants of the vehicle. This has been in place for a while. (In the vehicle, the information is retrieved, but on a page that requires the LEO to navigate towards) Now, by requiring a FOID lookup for ammo purchases, the ISP will now have the ability to track the usage for a all of your "simple" ammunition purchases. (This was not the case before). Now the ISP will be can expand the tracking of the law abiding gun owner. If the ISP goes to the "Smart Phone/Card" technology, the tracking ability would be further enhanced. This potentially could be the time and location that the "card" was retrieved. Just some food for thought.
  8. Information updated for February, 2022. Please note that processing time is calculated from the time the application is received until the time the application has been approved or denied and sent to the queue to be batched and printed.
  9. Would this have also been a straw purchase? I was following this item over the weekend- I would have to assume that the reporter filled out an expense report to get reimbursed for the gun purchase. Or worse yet, he took the money from petty cash. If he did get reimbursed, would not NBC then be the owner of the firearm? Was the appropriate paperwork completed? How do they get the gun through New Jersey (most direct route from Philly to NYC)? Also, as NBC is headquartered in Manhattan, do they have a (business) license to own firearms? And where would they store the firearm, and how would they transport the firearm in New York city? Maybe NBC will call for lesser gun restrictions. LOL Food for thought
  10. Based on what the ISP has stated, the issuance of the original FOID was done because the state of Mississippi did not enter Martins conviction into one of the criminal databases. So no matter how many times that he had a NICS check done, he would not have shown up as a felon. Per ISP, it was not until he submitted his CCL application with fingerprints that his felony was "discovered". Once the felony was discovered, that is when the FOD was revoked and where the ISP did not follow up on the revocation. So, it appears that the alleged lack of data entry of the conviction into a database would have simply denied Martin the FOID. Now, instead of fixing the data processing issue, we have the call for fingerprints for FOIDS and potentially background checks for ammo purchases. If there is/was no change in the processes, the unfortunate situation could happen again. I really think that many have lost sight of that. Not sure if the new laws passed are really "common sense".
  11. The Illinois State Police were named in a law suit. https://www.rapoportlaw.com/helpful-information/firm-news/henry-pratt-company-mass-shooting-lawsuit-filed/
  12. Earlier this week the ISP published some information on average processing times for FTIPS, FOID (new and renewal), and CCL New (fingerprint and non fingerprint). After reporting all averages within relevant ranges for January, 2022, it appears in February, 2033 that only CCL new applications (with fingerprints) were outside the "statutory guidelines". A history of averages over the past year (or so) is listed below. The information is also available on the ISP website (for select periods). (https://isp.illinois.gov/Foid) Processing Statistics Source- https://isp.illinois.gov/Foid Month/ Year New FOID application Average Processing Time (Days) Renewal FOID application Average Processing Time (Days) New Non-Fingerprint CCL Average Processing Time (Days) New Fingerprint CCL Average Processing Time (Days) FTIP Average Processing Time (Hours) Source 11/2020 121.71 199.9 160.35 130.58 79.4 Website 12/2020 122.47 242.44 158.84 121.05 36.25 Website 01/2021 121.74 266.77 154.76 122.22 62.25 Website 02/2021 118.89 305.02 166.02 156.55 71 Website 03/2021 126.35 176.54 160.04 136.91 50 Website 04/2021 140.39 187.69 162.49 142.79 48.75 Website 05/2021 206.84 218.2 152.1 182.63 13 Website 06/2021 206.93 221.2 181.62 138.85 17.2 Website 07/2021 188.95 143.82 143.74 131.79 23.3 Website 08/2021 196.74 258.16 167 136.44 7.75 Website 09/2021 149.47 146.59 146.64 117.78 36 Website 10/2021 121.3 38.91 130.32 100.49 31 Website 11/2021 97.04 35.98 126.97 110.7 41 Website 12/2021 50.42 53.16 122.05 86.99 58 Website 01/2022 21.74 34.51 115.12 78.36 41.75 Website 02/2022 19.8 33.46 115.38 110.89 41.75 Website Please note that according to ISP guidelines the processing time is calculated from the time the application is received to the time that an application is denied or the card is SENT to the printer (print queue). A card that needs to be reprinted or the time it takes to print, mail and when the card is ultimately received is not currently measured (and made available) by the ISP.
  13. Just out of curiosity, for all of the cards, is the AL "number" the same on any of the cards? (No need to publish the numbers, just a yes/ no answer would be good. (Form what we have seen so far has been the last eight digits of the AL number would correspond the date that the card is sent to the print queue) As the AL number is supposed to be used for security purposes going forward, it would be interesting to see if two cards were issued with the same AL "number".
  14. Re-echoing and some logic so far. The AL (Authorized License) "number", from my understanding from sources within the ISP as well as an ISP video, will be used for "enhanced" security. What has been determined so far is that the last eight (8) digits relate to the date that the card was sent to the printer queue. I had specifically asked the ISP about the leading character (I have seen X and F), and no one had the logic on how that was determined. Now, with this being stated, and the state of ISP technology and the recent printing issues, a haphazard change by the ISP in the number logic would not be a surprise.
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