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http://www.ohioccw.org/200810214085/cle ... istry.htmlCleveland announces "voluntary" handgun registration; residents say "NO"
According to WKYC.com, "Cleveland residents who want to register their handguns can do so 24 hours a day, seven days a week."
Let that idea sink in for a moment. Cleveland has launched a voluntary handgun registration program.
Applicants will need to bring photo identification, specifically a government issued drivers license, passport, Ohio identification card, or military identification.
All applicants should bring all handguns unloaded and securely wrapped to the police district of their choice.
A police officer will verify the applicant's identification, verify the make, model, caliber, and serial number of the weapon and do a record check on the gun.
Cleveland's Voluntary Gun Registry
Written by Daniel White
Tuesday, 21 October 2008 05:21
An article in the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that Cleveland is now claiming their gun registry is "voluntary" now that the Ohio Supreme Court ruled in the OFCC v. Clyde case that all local gun laws are invalid.
Willingly preying on the unsuspecting citizens who don't realize they are no longer required to register? Say it isn't so! The City would have you believe that they have done nothing to perpetuate the myth that gun registrations are required, yet an earlier story in the Plain Dealer reported otherwise.
Despite the fact that the story in question reported that Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson ordered police to continue to enforce city ordinances despite the Clyde ruling, Stacho claims that the Mayor never made such a statement and that he was misquoted by the paper.
The Plain Dealer stands by their story, and they should. In a memo posted on the Cleveland Police Patrolmen's Association website, CPPA President Stephen Loomis wrote: