NY Sheriffs Association

File 25, Volume 467

File 25 Volume 467 $50 Million in Funding for Sheriff’s Offices Available from NYS Governor Kathy Hochul announced a $50 million grant program, specifically aimed at providing technology improvements to […]


File 25, Volume 466

File 25 Volume 466 Never Forget… . . . the victims of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on U.S. soil, and the many first responders and law enforcement personnel […]


File 25, Volume 465

File 25, Volume 465 August 18, 2023 Sheriffs’ Institute Summer Camp Enjoys Another Great Year It’s hard to believe, but camp season is nearly over. Check out the goodbyes to […]


File 25, Volume 464

FILE 25, VOLUME 464 July 28, 2023 Cycle Success – The Columbia County Sheriff’s Office broadcast a request for bicycle donations so members of Re-Entry Columbia could use them for […]


File 25, Volume 463

File 25, Volume 463 June 30, 2023 Sheriff’s Offices Note Their Reaccreditation Accomplishments Three Sheriff’s Offices announced their law enforcement reaccreditations this month from the New York State Division of […]


File 25, Volume 462

File 25, Volume 462 June 9, 2023 Sheriff Makes Waves with Boater Safety It’s That Time of Year Again . . . New York State Sheriffs’ Association President and Albany […]


File 25, Volume 461

File 25, Volume 461 May 26, 2023 NYSSA Leaders Meet with New York State Senate Leader Strengthening Partnerships — New York State Sheriffs’ Association President and Albany County Sheriff Craig […]


File 25, Volume 460

File 25, Volume 460 May 5, 2023 Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office Opens Corrections Intelligence Center Suffolk County Sheriff Errol D. Toulon, Jr. (pictured), recently announced the official launch of its […]


File 25, Volume 259

File 25, Volume 259 April 20, 2023 Oswego County Receives Funds for Regional Police Academy A Great Start — (l – r) Oswego County Legislator Linda Lockwood, Oswego County Sheriff […]


File 25, Volume 458

File 25, Volume 458 March 31, 2023 Erie County Sheriff’s Office Wins NYSSI Award . . . Again Continued Recognition — Yates County Sheriff Ron Spike (left), Chairman of the Board […]