Orange County has many cities that have their own police departments, and OC has a Sheriff's department., but no such thing as the OCPD. Some cities are tolerant to OC, Laguna Beach stands out. A large UOC event was held in the Laguna downtown area this year , and not one contact with any LEO's. Other cities and the Sheriff's department seem to be undertrained and not very knowledgeable regarding UOC laws, and you will get jerked around sooner than later carrying a gun. Since this is a highly populated county with many schools, OC'ing legally while traveling from city to city can be difficult without encroaching a school zone. Until our unelected Sheriff from Los Angeles loosens the CCW process up(she has the LA negative attitude towards citizens with guns) it is not the most friendly environment, and I would not UOC alone without a running recording device. This culture is not going to change until the Sheriff and police Chiefs are dragged by lawsuits into compliance from recent legal decisions. That is all they understand, and could care less about your gun rights, search and seizure of property, demanding ID, cuffing and putting in cars , etc. Pretty much the LA scenario, except less LEO's will show up than in LA.