Eligible for ID Removal?


Please use the following guide to see if you are eligible to remove your name and address from online databases.  For additional details refer to the appropriate penal/government code sections or contact us.

Law Enforcement Personnel:

Elected & Appointed Officials:

The following law enforcement personnel are eligible:

  • 830.1(a) PC

  • City Police Officers, County Deputy Sheriff's, Police Officers of a District Police Department (San Diego Unified Port District Harbor Police Dept), Harbor Police Officer's of Los Angeles Harbor Police Department, Inspectors/Investigators of a District Attorneys Office, Deputy Marshal's of any Superior Court.
  • 830.1(b) PC
    Special Agents of The California Department of Justice.
  • 830.1(c) PC
    Deputy Sheriff's (custodial officers) employed by specified counties.
  • 830.2(a) PC
    Officers employed by the California Highway Patrol
  • 830.2(b) PC
    Officers employed by the University of California
  • 830.2(c) PC
    Officers employed by the California State University
  • 830.2(d) PC
    California Department of Corrections peace officers.
  • 830.2(e) PC
    California Department of Fish and Game peace officers.
  • 830.2(f) PC
    Department of Parks and Recreation peace officers.
  • 830.2(g) PC
    Forestry and Fire Protection peace officers.
  • 830.2(h) PC
    Alcoholic Beverage Control investigators.
  • 830.2(i) PC
    California Exposition and State Fair Police Officers.
  • 830.2(j) PC
    Peace Officers of the Inspector Generals Office.
  • 830.3(a) PC
    Peace officers employed by the Division of Investigation of the California Department of Consumer Affairs and the Medical Board of California and the Board of Medical Examiners.
  • 830.3(b) PC
    Voluntary Fire Wardens of Forestry and Fire Protection.
  • 830.3(c) PC
    Department of Motor Vehicles investigators.
  • 830.3(d) PC
    California Horse Racing Board investigators.
  • 830.3(e) PC
    Deputy State Fire Marshals
  • 830.3(f) PC
    Food and Drug Section inspectors
  • 830.3(g) PC
    Division of Labor Standards Enforcement investigators.
  • 830.3(h) PC
    Investigators of the State Departments of Health Care Services, Public Health, Social Services, Mental Health, and Alcohol and Drug Programs, the Department of Toxic Substances Control, the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development, and the Public Employees' Retirement System.
  • 830.3(i) PC
    Bureau of Fraudulent Claims of the Department of Insurance investigators.
  • 830.3(j) PC
    Department of Housing and Community Development peace officers.
  • 830.3(k) PC
    Officer of the Controller investigators.
  • 830.3(l) PC
    Department of Corporations Investigators.
  • 830.3(m) PC
    Contractors State License Board investigators.
  • 830.3(n) PC
    The Chief and coordinators of the Law Enforcement Branch of the California Emergency Management Agency.
  • 830.3(o) PC
    Secretary of State investigators.
  • 830.3(p) PC
    California State Lottery investigators.
  • 830.3(q) PC
    Employment Development Department investigators.
  • 830.3(r) PC
    The chief and assistant chief of museum security and safety of the California Science Center
  • 830.3(s) PC
    Franchise Tax Board investigators.
  • 830.3(u) PC
    Department of Managed Health Care investigators.
  • 830.3(v) PC
    Office of Protective Services of the State Department of Developmental Services investigators.
  • 830.31(a) PC
    A police officer of the County of Los Angeles, if the primary duty of the officer is the enforcement of the law in or about properties owned, operated, or administered by his or her employing agency.
  • 830.31(b) PC
    Park Rangers
  • 830.31(c) PC
    Department of General Services of the City of Los Angeles police officers.
  • 830.31(d) PC
    Housing Authority police officers.
  • 830.32(a) PC
    Community College police officers.
  • 830.32(b) PC
    School District police officers.
  • 830.33(a) PC
    Bay Area Rapid Transit police officers.
  • 830.33(b) PC
    Harbor or port police officers.
  • 830.33(c) PC
    Transit police officers.
  • 830.33(d) PC
    Airport police officers.
  • 830.33(e) PC
    Railroad police officers.
  • 830.34(a) PC
    Security officers employed by a municipal utility district pursuant to Section 12820 of the Public Utilities Code.
  • 830.34(b) PC
    Security officers employed by a county water district.
  • 830.34(c) PC
    Security Director of the public utilities commission of a city and county.
  • 830.34(d) PC
    Park rangers employed by a municipal water district pursuant to Section 71341.5 of the Water Code.
  • 830.35(a) PC
    Welfare Fraud Investigators employed by a county.
  • 830.35(b) PC
    Child Support Investigator employed by a district attorney's office.
  • 830.35(c) PC
    The coroner and deputy coroners, regularly employed and paid in that capacity, of a county, if the primary duty of the peace officer are those duties set forth in Sections 27469 and 27491 to 27491.4, inclusive, of the Government Code.
  • 830.36(a) PC
    The Sergeant-at-Arms of each house of the Legislature.
  • 830.36(c) PC
    Marshals of the Supreme Court and bailiffs of the courts of appeal, and coordinators of security for the judicial branch.
  • 830.37(a) PC
    Arson Investigators of a fire department or fire protection agency of a county, city, city and county, district, or the state.
  • 830.37(b) PC
    Members other than members of an arson-investigating unit, regularly paid and employed in that capacity, of a fire department or fire protection agency of a county, city, city and county, district, or the state, if the primary duty of these peace officers, when acting in that capacity, is the enforcement of laws relating to fire prevention or fire suppression.
  • 830.37(c) PC
    Voluntary fire wardens as are designated by the Director of Forestry and Fire Protection pursuant to Section 4156 of the Public Resources Code, provided that the primary duty of these peace officers shall be the enforcement of the law as that duty is set forth in Section 4156 of the Public Resources Code.
  • 830.37(d) PC
    Firefighter/security guards by the Military Department, if the primary duty of the peace officer is the enforcement of the law in or about properties owned, operated, or administered by the employing agency or when performing necessary duties with respect to patrons, employees, and properties of the employing agency.
  • 830.38 PC
    State Department of Mental Health or the State Department of Developmental Services officers.
  • 830.4(b) PC
    Guards and messengers of the Treasurer's office.
  • 830.4(c) PC
    Department of Justice security officers.
  • 830.4(d) PC
    Hastings College of the Law security officers.
  • 830.5 PC
    California Department of Corrections Parole Officers.
  • 830.6(a) PC
    Reserve Police Officers.
  • 6254.24(f) GC
    Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Correctional Peace Officers.
  • 6254.24(g) GC
    A sworn or nonsworn employee who supervises inmates in a city police department, a county sheriff's office, the Department of the California Highway Patrol, federal, state, or a local detention facility, and a local juvenile hall, camp, ranch, or home, and a probation officer as defined in Section 830.5 of the Penal Code.
  •  6254.24(h) GC
    A federal criminal investigator or a National Park Service Ranger working in California.
  • 6254.24(i) GC
    The surviving spouse or child of a peace officer defined in Section 830 of the Penal Code, if the peace officer died in the line of duty.
  • 6254.34(l) GC
    A nonsworn employee of the Department of Justice or a police department or sheriff's office that, in the course of his or her employment, is responsible for collecting, documenting, and preserving physical evidence at crime scenes, testifying in court as an expert witness, and other technical duties, and a nonsworn employee that, in the course of his or her employment, performs a variety of standardized and advanced laboratory procedures in the examination of physical crime evidence, determines their results, and provides expert testimony in court.
  • State constitutional officers.

  • Members of the Legislature.

  • Judges and court commissioners.

  • District attorneys.

  • Public defenders.

  • Members of a city council.

  • Members of a board of supervisors.

  • Appointees of the Governor.

  • Appointees of the Legislature.

  • Mayors.

  • City attorneys.

  • Police chiefs and sheriffs.

  • State administrative law judges.

  • Federal judges and federal defenders.

  • Members of the United States Congress and appointees of the President.


If you are still unsure if you are eligible, please contact us by e-mailing eligibility@idremoval.com.  Include in your e-mail your job title and employment agency.  We will attempt to determine your eligibility and provide a prompt response.



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