The New York State Sheriff’s Association hosted one of its signature programs, the Civil Supervisors Conference, on June 15-17, 2022, in Saratoga, NY. Over 60 participants attended the three-day conference to hear about the latest trends in such areas as the use of drone technology during an eviction, detecting and investigating complex financial crimes, and recent laws passed during the 2021-22 New York State Legislative Session.
Among the highlights:
- Attorney William Perritt rom the New York State Office of Court Administration provided details on the new procedures for firearm surrender and seizure in accordance with the Safe Homes and Families Act.
- Mike Grossi of the Putnam County Sheriff’s office, Jaymes Hurley from the New York State Sheriffs’ Institute, and Kim Ward from the Tioga County Sheriff’s Office led participants through a number of Civil Scenario Case Studies, resulting in breakout sessions that allowed participants to discuss each case in detail.
- Panelists William Illecki, Esq., of Illecki & Ostrowski, LLP; Dan Grasso, Esq., of the Erie County Sheriff’s Office; and Scott Morris, Esq., from Tromberg, Morris & Poulin, PLLC answered questions about changes to the Consumer Debt Interest Law and litigation actions, an issue facing all Civil Divisions in their daily routine operations.
Learn about upcoming NYSSA conferences and events by visiting our Training & Events calendar.