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  • 2014 3rd Quarter Ohio Attorney General's stats and totals

    Since the code command doesn't work properly with the new forum software this display looks crappy.
    Here are the 2014 3rd quarter reported state totals:
    State Totals Regular Licenses Temporary Emergency Licenses

    Number of Licenses Issued 11945 15

    Number of Licenses Renewed 11159 N/A

    Number of Licenses Suspended 338 0

    Number of Licenses Revoked 107 0

    Number of Licenses Denied 179 0

    Number of License Processes Suspended 4 N/A


    Here are the totals for the period April 2004 through Sept. 2014.

    Licenses Issued 502,660

    Licenses Renewed 167,962

    Licenses Suspended 7,167

    Licenses Revoked 9,434

    Licenses Denied 6,942

    License Processes Suspended 738

    Temporary Licenses Issued 694

    Temporary Licenses Suspended 8

    Temporary Licenses Revoked 20

    Temporary Licenses Denied 27

    Licenses Expired 188,066

    Total licenses in effect 473,122

    Percent of expired renewed 89.31%

    Well it appears the color command doesn't work either.

    If anybody cares, my estimate of total Ohio CHL experience is 1,957,605 person-years from April 2004 through Sept. 2014.
    AlanM
    There are no dangerous weapons; there are only dangerous men. - RAH
    Four boxes to be used in defense of liberty: soap, ballot, jury, ammo - use in that order.
    If you aren't part of the solution, then you obviously weren't properly dissolved.

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    Thanks, AlanM.

    That means the number of licensees grew 2.4% since the 2nd quarter. Ohio licensees now represent 5.7% of the adult population. When you are in a crowd of average Ohioans, one out of 17 people are licensed,
    This froggie ain't boiling! Shall not be infringed!

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      Please bear in mind that that total of 473,122 is a CALCULATED number from REPORTED values with deductions made to account for licenses being past their expiration date.
      What is NOT deducted is licenses canceled by Sheriffs due to license holders moving out of state and licenses that have yet to lapse whose owners have died. There may be other causes of that number being high but it definitely sets the upper limit and it is doubtful that it is off by more than a few thousand.
      Someone would have to compare the age distribution of Ohio CHL holders and the mortality rates for the same age group(s) over the latest 5 years. Obviously, after 5 years the license has expired so it doesn't matter that the licensee has also.
      AlanM
      There are no dangerous weapons; there are only dangerous men. - RAH
      Four boxes to be used in defense of liberty: soap, ballot, jury, ammo - use in that order.
      If you aren't part of the solution, then you obviously weren't properly dissolved.

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