Please note: If you have never used the local government/law enforcement section of our new website you will need to register again by clicking Request Access on the next page. We will confirm your registration as soon as possible. You will need to create a new password once we approve your registration.

Please click here to request access to our secure Law Enforcement/Government Agencies site.


Once you are registered for the new website or have been sent a temporary password,  Click here to login.


The following fields are not currently available on this site (attempting these searches will result in an endlessly spinning rubrik and you will need to close the site and login again):

Search by Name (please search by Certificate #, ID #, Last name, first name, or both name fields instead)

Cert type

Email address

Phone Number


Authorized Rep


Last 4 SS#


Phone Number

Certificate Status

School Attended and date

Date Applied or reapplied

Work Status

Note: If there is any information that you need that is not on the site at this time, please contact

Examples are the above fields as well as copies of DOJ/FBI reports and CAMTC letters of proposed disciplinary action and final notices of decision..

We appreciate your patience as we add more functionality to our new system. We trust that it will be worth the wait.


The California Massage Therapy Council (CAMTC) was created by an act of the California Legislature and began accepting applications for certification in 2009. In 2016, CAMTC was re-authorized, with legislative changes becoming effective as of January 1, 2017. You can find the text of the Massage Therapy Act, codified at California Business and Professions Code sections 460, 4600-4621, and Government Code section 51034, here.

In 2016, CAMTC was re-authorized by AB 2194 with legislative changes becoming effective as of January 1, 2017.

You can read AB 2194 here


You can read a summary of AB 2194 here