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Document 1847696
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In accordance with AB391, which was passed on August 17, 2012, new
procedures for California Pawnbrokers (PBs) and Secondhand Dealers
(SHDs) when for reporting property transactions to their Local Law
Enforcement Agencies were established.
PBs and SHDs will be required to use a single, statewide, electronic
reporting system, which the California Department of Justice (DOJ) is
responsible for implementing.
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CAPSS is the name given to the electronic system that is being developed
to meet the legislative mandate for secondhand dealers and pawnbrokers
to electronically submit the Secondhand/Pawnbroker Report (JUS 123) to
the California Department of Justice (DOJ). The CAPSS is a secured, webbased electronic reporting system that requires the use of a
desktop/laptop computer and a standard web browser.
There may be some equipment costs (e.g., computer or laptop with
internet capabilities, electronic fingerprint reader and/or electronic
signature pad) that businesses will need to purchase in order to
electronically submit all the required data pursuant to Business &
Professions (B & P) Code section 21628.
Hello and welcome to the presentation
for New CAPSS (California Pawn &
Secondhand Dealers System)- this
presentation is an overview on how to
begin reporting your JUS123 in the new
automated system.
CAPSS is the name given to the
electronic system that is being
developed to meet the legislative
mandate for secondhand dealers and
pawnbrokers to electronically submit
the Secondhand/Pawnbroker Report
(JUS 123) to the California Department
of Justice (DOJ).
All information and latest updates can
be found on this is the public website
(www.oag.ca.gov/secondhand/capss)
JUS 123
Reporting
Form
Current law requires
secondhand dealers and
pawnbrokers to begin using the
new system on and after the date
the DOJ implements the new
system. In addition, for the firstthirty (30) days after
implementation, secondhand
dealers and pawnbrokers must
also continue to report
transactions via the current
paper method utilizing the JUS
123 reporting form in addition to
using the new CAPSS system.
The first step to
establishing an account
is to make sure all
information is current.
The letter will be sent to
all Active Licensed
Pawnbrokers and
Secondhand Dealers via
“U.S. POSTAL
SERVICE” at the
location of your
business. The letter
contains your
Organization ID and
Password to register
and activate your
CAPSS account.
USER ID &
PIN
NUMBER
REGISTRATION URL:
https://capss-id.doj.ca.gov/register
Registration page:
Fill in all required
fields –
After completed
you will receive a
email confirming
your registration.
*PLEASE MAKE
NOTE OF YOUR
PASSWORD*
EMAIL CONFIRMATION
The email you
receive will look
like thisFor easy access
you will want to
bookmark the
following URL’s
AND make note of
your USERNAME
(always lowercase)
USERNAME
CAPSS Email: [email protected]
CAPSS Help Desk: 916-227-6400
CAPSS Website:
http://oag.ca.gov/secondhand/capss
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