In Niagara County, New York retired police officers would be permitted to carry concealed guns without a permit, under terms of a county resolution that implements federal laws.
A County Legislature committee voted to endorse laws that Presidents Obama and George W. Bush have signed to exempt retired police from state or local laws on concealed firearms. Chief Sheriff’s Deputy Thomas C. Beatty said the measure applies to retired members of the Sheriff’s Office, the State Police and municipal police agencies in the county. In order to qualify for concealed carry without a permit, the former officers must have served for at least 10 years.
In Niagara County, New York retired police officers would be permitted to carry concealed…
by Personal Defense World / Nov 14, 2013