City of Long Beach to Provide Tier Assignment Letters

After refusing to provide registrants with their tier assignment letters, the City of Long Beach has now agreed to provide those letters to registrants three days a week – Tuesdays, Wednesday, and Thursdays — between 6:15 a.m. and 3 p.m. The City requests registrants to call 562-570-5692 before coming to the registration office so that their tier assignment letter will be ready for pick up.

“We commend the City of Long Beach for its decision to provide registrants with their tier assignment letters,” stated ACSOL Executive Director Janice Bellucci.

According to the California Department of Justice, all local law enforcement offices that register individuals are to provide tier assignment letters starting on January 1, 2021. If you have requested a tier assignment letter and your request has been denied, please contact ACSOL by phone at 818-305-5984 or by email at service@all4consolaws.

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@Janice Bellucci is the real deal she made one phone call and long beach police department got their act together real quick if she hadn’t called down there they would of made long beach sex offenders wate till March or April or who knows how long.
Its funny how rude and careless they were befor Janice Bellucci came in the picture.
The 290 registration officer told me maybe you should contact A attorney lil did she know I already did .😷👌

Thank you ACSOL

This is great news!

I was considering moving to Long Beach, but after hearing about the department’s recklessness in handling tier documentation it made me a bit hesitant.

I’m wondering how the whole registration experience is down in Long Beach? (coming from central LA) Is the registration process/office/experience fairly lax? Or is it a hell hole I should avoid?

All insight greatly appreciated!

I register in LB. No issues. Question: why is everyone to get their tier? 1. Required to petition courts? 2. Determine if they respect 17b? Please advise

Well stated! Thank you. I do have 2 questions? 1. Have we determined if the DOJ is respecting those of us with a 17b? 2. Of not, what has your organization chosen to do? Maybe it’s too early?

What is a 17b TMZ ? Where can we research that ? Thx Janice for reading all these

Thank you Janice!

Will try calling tomorrow or next Tuesday!

Janice, here you go:
1997 PC 243.4a wobbler with 5 years summary (informal probation)
2000 17b
2002 expungement
I’m presently TBD. Tier 3 with informal probation and all charges dismissed? I presently have a COR scheduled 02/25. LA

Wonderful job as always @Janice! Thank you so much.

@Curious Angelino, I feel registering in LB (for over a decade now) has been the smoothest, easiest and least stressful compared to other places I’ve done so. DT LB where I go, the officers are respectful, friendly and actually call you by your last name in a respectable manner… i.e. “Mr Xyz”.

Food for thought: can you imagine being put on Tier 3 with a PC 243.3A 17b that’s been expunged with informal probation? I believe the DOJ is overwhelmed and we will work this out in a civil (you know what I mean) manner.

New Person/Non Descript, outstanding information and comments. I’ve been reading many of the comments. I believe the DOJ is very overwhelmed and will come to their senses. I was removed from the ML website after faxing my (PC 243.4a) 17b to them. We aren’t being prosecuted and this isn’t a license hearing! Superb comments.

Can anyone tell me if a 288(c)(1) that is a wobbler misdemeanor qualify for an expungement and a COR? Janice or anyone.

@D.H. Jake
Yes you can apply for expungement (1203.4) for 288(C)1

Went down to the Long Beach Police Department today to get my Tier Assessment letter it was quick and easy I gave him my ID waited like 5 minutes and he came out with my letter it said ima tier1 10 year registration.
iv been registering for 20 years now since I was 18 I guess I’m eligible to petition but will see next year after my birthday how this all plays out im read to go to war with the DA office.
As i was leaving a guy sitting in the lobby stopped me and asked me what’s a tear assessment letter I explained it to him and the other registrants in the lobby all different ages different walks of life they had no idea .
When I was done explaining the tier assessment letter i asked
them have you guys heard of an organization called ACSOL they sad no so i show them how the find the website using my phone I wish I had some kind of literature I could have passed out to them

Good luck

Thank all of you who took the time to respond to my post. 10 years ago I had my case reduced to a misdemeanor. My case was in 1998 resulting in county jail time, a 300 dollar fine and probation. I lived in Arizona for close to 10 years and was placed in tier 1. Arizona had a 3 tiered system with tier 1. being the most lenient of the three. I was not on the internet and only had to register when I moved. If I maintained one address I would only be required to register only once. Unfortunately, Arizona amended their laws regarding registrants and I moved back to California. At the end of the day I am optimistic about my chances of being removed from the registry but the work is never over.

Hello, LA has a new DA. George Gascon. LA has changed and the new DA supports rehabilitation. I’ve not heard anything regarding my tier status (TBD). 243.4a/17b/expunged. I’m going for my COR in late February and optimistic. The deadline is July 1st. Has anyone determined the best way to address an incorrect tier. How should we address an incorrect tier if the 17b isn’t validated? Do the police departments determine the tier status or does this come from the DOJ? I’ve not seen or read any information regarding this? Thank you