The Cass County Sheriff's Office is taking applications for Concealed Carry Weapons Permits. Applications are accepted 8:00AM to 4:00PM, Monday through Friday at our Office located at 2501 West Mechanic in Harrisonville Missouri.
Applicants must meet all requirements under RSMo 571.101 and have with them;
CCW renewal applicants must respond to the Sheriff's Office one week prior to the expiration date of your existing permit. Renewals must also have with them;
- A current State of Missouri issued picture ID showing their CCW endorsement
- A money order or $50.00 cash
Effective August 28th, 2013, legislation (Senate Bill 75) was enacted regarding Carry Concealed Weapons permits under RSMo 571.101, impacting the previous process. Under the revisions, DOR will not be providing a MO State ID or DL with the CCW endorsement, nor will the information be posted to the permit holder's DOR information if the permit or renewal was issued on or after August 28th, 2013.
The Cass County Sheriff's Office will be issuing a temporary permit on a Cass County Sheriff's Office business card with all of the required information. This card will be presented to Law Enforcement on request, along with an acceptable identification as outlined in the application process. Please advise the Law Enforcement Official to contact the Cass County MO Sheriff's Office at (816) 380-8320 to confirm the permit’s validity. DO NOT LAMINATE OR EXPOSE THE CARD TO EXTREME HEAT as the printed information is on thermal paper and should be protected from heat sources. There will be no additional charge to get the appropriate, proper card when that system has been established.
Please continue to check here for updates regarding the permit cards which should occur no later than January 2014.
Sheriff Diehl suggests for your safety and the safety of our deputies, that should you come in contact with any Law Enforcement Officer / Deputy and are carrying a concealed firearm, you inform the Officer / Deputy in a calm manner the location of the firearm or that you have a firearm on your person. Keep your hands away from the firearm. If you are in your vehicle, keep your hands on your steering wheel until otherwise instructed by the Officer / Deputy.
Sheriff Diehl would also to remind individuals that guns and alcohol do not mix. Possession of a firearm while Intoxicated became a class D Felony effective October 11, 2003.