If you receive a parking citation, payment must be made within 21 days from the issuance
of the citation or within 14 days from the mailing of a notice of delinquent violation.
Payments are not accepted at any campus location. You must pay your citation by mailing check or money order payable to Allan Hancock
College in the envelope provided (your citation) or to the following address:
Allan Hancock College
P.O. Box 25120
Santa Ana, CA 92799-5120
PLEASE DO NOT SEND CASH
All questions pertaining to parking citation collection can be addressed by contacting
JUDICIAL DATA SYSTEMS (JDS)at 1-800-273-6488.
To retrieve information for your lost citation call the number above and provide the
vehicle license plate to the customer service representative.
Parking Citation Appeal Process
The Board of Trustees in accordance with the standards set forth in the Education
Code and the California Vehicle Code authorizes the parking and traffic regulations
for the Allan Hancock Joint Community College District.
If you wish to appeal a parking citation the following process will occur.
- Contact the Allan Hancock College police department by phone, by mail, or in person.
Initial appeals should be made on the campus where the parking citation was issued
during daytime business hours. The initial appeal is in writing. Disputants have 21
calendar days from the issuance of the notice of parking violation or 14 days from
the mailing of a notice of delinquent violation to request the initial administrative
review. There is no charge for this administrative review.
- If the disputant is dissatisfied with the initial administrative review they may schedule
a hearing with the Director, Public Safety/Chief of Police The hearing will be an
in-person interview and is to be scheduled with the Chief of Police’s staff. Disputants
may call the business office during normal business hours to schedule the hearing.
A missed appointment will result in the citation being upheld. The administrative
hearing official shall not have an employee/employer relationship with the Allan Hancock
College Police Department. The hearing examiner will have completed the minimum 40
hours of administrative hearing officer training.
- The hearing officials’ findings constitute the issuing agency’s final decision and
will be mailed or emailed to the disputant within 2 weeks of the completion of the
appeal hearing. If the disputant is dissatisfied with the hearing officials’ final
decision, he/she may seek remedy by making an in-person request to the civil department
of the Santa Barbara Superior Court located at 312 E. Cook Street, Santa Maria, or
the civil department of the Santa Barbara Superior Court located at 115 Civic Center
Plaza, Lompoc (depending on which campus the citation was issued), in accordance with
section 40230 of the California Vehicle Code. The courts will require a $25 payment
for processing, filing, and hearing examiner costs. Disputant must pay parking citation
prior to filing with civil court.
Disputants who fail to comply with the timelines as set forth in these guidelines
and those established pursuant to the California Vehicle Code may forfeit all rights
to challenge the citation.
Request to Appeal Citation
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