Office of the Sheriff


David E. Harder

Sheriff

Broome County, New York - Office of the Sheriff


Alex J. Minor

Undersheriff

NYS PISTOL PERMIT

FOIL OPT OUT FORM

SELECT ONE OF THE HYPERLINKS BELOW, FILL OUT THE FORM, PRINT, SIGN AND RETURN BY MAIL TO THE BROOME COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE PISTOL PERMIT OFFICE.

Broome County Sheriff's Office attn: Pistol Permits

155 Lt. VanWinkle Drive

Binghamton, NY 13905

Foil Exemption Form

Foil Exemption Form (NYS)

Q: Once I have completed the form, how do I submit it?  

A: Print off the completed form, sign it and mail it to the Broome County Sheriff's Office Pistol Permit Office.

Q: Once the form is complete, how long does it take to become effective?

A: Pistol permit information held by the county is currently exempt from FOIL and will be until May 15, 2013. At that time, those who have submitted the form will remain exempt from the FOIL provisions unless the licensing authority has refused to grant the exemption. Those wishing to apply for the exemption should do so by May 15, 2013 to avaiod any disclosure.

2013 ANNUAL REPORT

A copy of the Broome County Law Alarm Law and application can now be found following the link to our records division. 

ABOUT THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE

The Broome County Sheriff's Office was established in 1806. The first sheriff, William Woodruff, rode on horseback, enforcing laws. Broome County is located in south central New York state. Currently the office serves a population of approximately 197,000 people in a 850 mile patrol area. This area encompasses city, suburban and rural type settings. As well as patroling interstates 81, 86 and 88 which pass through the center of the county.

The office is broken into these divisions:

  1. Civil Division: responsible for handing and delivering civil processes such as judgments, evictions and auctions.
  2. Corrections Division: responsible for maintaining custody of prisoners remanded by courts.
  3. Detective Division: responsible for major crimes and juvenile violators, special investigations and major crime tracking.
  4. Highway Patrol Division: responsible for law enforcement, arrest of lawbreakers, criminal investigations, auto accident investigations, and public safety.
  5. Identification Division: responsible for pistol permits, sheriff id cards, fingerprinting, and criminal records.
  6. Training Division: responsible for mandated police and correctional training. Also provides all in-service training for Sheriff's Office employees and runs the Basic Police Academy for a seven county area.
  7. Business Office: responsible for cash receipts, cash disbursements, payroll reports and accounts payable.
  8. Records Division: responsible for the recording and maintaining of all official records and documents relative to the police operations of the Broome County Sheriff's Office.
  9. Community Policing: responsible for community policing activities for the Sheriff's Office.

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