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NY SAFE Act - Opt-Out Form


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Legislator Joseph Lorigo has made the NY SAFE Act - Opt-out form available on his website. Pistol permit holders, who wish to keep their personal information private, can CLICK HERE to download and print the form. The completed form must be returned to the County Clerk's Office 60 days from Feb. 15. 

The County Clerk's address is:

Erie County Clerk Chris Jacobs
c/o Pistol Permit Office
92 Franklin Street
Buffalo, NY 14202

Under former NYS Law, pistol permit holders' information was a matter of public information. Permit holders who complete the form can stop their information from being released. For additional information, visit www.erie.gov/optout.