Pistol Permit "Opt-Out" Privacy Forms Now Available in Local County Clerks' Offices
Gallivan Urges All Permit Holders Who Wish To Keep Personal Information Private To Complete and Submit Forms To Their Local County Clerk's Office
Senator Patrick M. Gallivan (R,C,I - Elma) announced today that State Police “Opt-Out” privacy forms are now available in each of the four counties that comprise the 59th Senate District.
The forms being made available are in accord with a provision of the newly enacted NY SAFE Act that allows New York State pistol permit holders to request that their personal information be kept private and confidential by completing a State Police “Opt-Out” form and submitting it to a designated county official.
The forms are now available online with instructions through the following county municipal offices, or for additional information, please contact your county clerk’s office directly:
Hon. Christopher L. Jacobs
Erie County Clerk
Old Erie County Hall
92 Franklin Street, 1st Floor
Buffalo, New York, 14202
Phone: (716) 858-8785
For online information for Erie County permit holders, click here.
Hon. Rhonda Pierce
Wyoming County Clerk
143 North Main Street
Warsaw, NY 14569
Phone: (585) 786-8810
For online information for Wyoming County permit holders, click here.
Hon. James A. Culbertson
Livingston County Clerk
6 Court St - Room 201
Geneseo, NY 14454
Phone: (585) 243-7010
For online information for Livingston County permit holders, click here.
Hon. Cheryl Dinolfo
Monroe County Clerk
101 County Office Building
39 W. Main St.
Rochester, NY 14614
Phone: (585) 753-1600
For online information for Monroe County permit holders, click here.
According to the NYSAFE Act, pistol permit holders will have until April 15, 2013 to submit completed forms. Permit holders will still be able to submit completed forms after April 15th but it is recommended that all permit holders who wish to opt-out do so as soon as convenient.
Senator Gallivan voted against the NY SAFE Act in January of 2013 and has been a vocal critic of many of its provisions.
Prior to being elected to the New York State Senate in 2010, Patrick Gallivan served 15 years with the New York State Police and was twice elected as Sheriff of Erie County.