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The Legal and Business Professionals of Erie County, is a private not-for-profit social organization consisting of judges, lawyers, business-people, and law enforcement professionals interested in making their community a better place to work and live.


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The Buffalo Police are looking for help in locating 32-year old, Chelsea Sherman.


Sheriff Gary Howard and Diane Rockwell, Secretary to the Sheriff, received their proclamations for years of service to the county at the Legislature's Meeting. Sheriff Howard was recognized for his 45 years of service and Diane for her 40 years of service. Congratulations!


Jonathan has been located. Thank you all for your assistance.

THPD is attempting to locate 15 year old Jonathan Hartel Jr. Anyone with information please contact us at 716-648-5111 ext. 0.


Today is certainly a special day at the Sheriff's Office, and especially at our communications center! Dispatcher Victoria Marksbury will "hang up the headset" for the final time after her shift ends today, wrapping up a tremendous 30+ year career with the Erie County Sheriff's Office. She was a very knowledgeable and dependable employee, and the citizens of Erie County thank you for your dedicated service!

A much-deserved congratulations to you, Victoria - we wish you a peaceful and restful retirement.


Sheriff Howard is pleased to announce the promotion of Sergeant/Evidence Tech John Delmage to Road Patrol Lieutenant on 7/29/23. Congratulations on your promotion!


Sheriff Howard is pleased to announce the promotion of Lieutenant Trevor Yaeger to Captain of Operations on 7/15/23. Congratulations on your promotion!

Congratulations Ken!

Congratulations Ken!

Please help us congratulate Trooper Kenneth T. Worner, Ravenna Post, who retired today after 33 years of service to the Ohio State Highway Patrol and the citizens of Ohio.

Fun night out join us

Fun night out join us


Common Buffalo let’s put the word out and catch this trio of scumbags


The United States Marshals Service is seeking the public's help in locating Christopher Luke, who is currently wanted for Escape for failing to report to a Residential Recovery Program in Lake Charles, LA. LUKE was convicted in 2013 for Sexual Exploitation of Minors – Engaging in a Child Exploitation Enterprise. LUKE has family and friend ties to the area and may have returned to Buffalo.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving!


Today, Buffalo’s Department of Public Works and the City of Buffalo Building Inspectors lost a long tenured, experienced member of their family to a tragic accident during the snow removal operations in South Buffalo from the historic storm that hit our area.

As we remain thankful in this holiday season let keep us keep in our thoughts and prayers the employees family, friends and colleagues during this extremely difficult time they are going through.


Calling South Buffalo and anyone with a Plow? Just have a edge of driveway about 6’ x 3’ and 40” deep. Private message me if available… Dorrance Avenue easy in and out. Much appreciated thank you in advance. Be Safe out there.


Today members of the Buffalo Police Department attended the funeral services of Buffalo Police Officer Erin Murphy, assigned to Edward District.

We send our thoughts and prayers to Officer Murphy’s family, friends, and those who worked along side her. We ask that you keep her family in your thoughts and prayers as they continue to grieve during this tough time.


Today, I recognize our Chemung County Sheriff Bill Schrom for his three decades of outstanding commitment, dedication and service to the Chemung County Sheriff's Office and the people of Chemung County. He has surrounded himself with many capable individuals who have the experience, credentials and sincere desire to serve and protect our residents. He could not do the tremendous job he is doing without them. From Undersheriff Doug Houper to the Deputies, Correction Officers, 911 Communication Operators and Staff, they all contribute immensely to the Office of Sheriff. Thank you to all the members of the Chemung County Sheriff's Office for all you do. You are greatly appreciated!


Neighbors also described the pandemonium that broke out — with someone crying and screaming, “Oh, my God!–” as bullets flew on the typically bucolic Shirley street around 2:…


U.S. District Judge Glenn Suddaby previously expressed concerns that the state's new sweeping gun law could be unconstitutional.


Tioga County Sheriff's employees (Deputy Henry, Captain Nalepa, and C.O. Schreiner) were honored at a luncheon at Donoli's for 25 years of service to the County. Congratulations and thank you for your service to the citizens of Tioga County!


The ECSO Citizen Academy is back and it starts October 4th.
The academy meets every Tuesday from 6-9p and runs through November 29th. This is a great opportunity to get a close and personal look at all the divisions of the agency, as well as the services it provides all of Erie County.
Applications are being accepted now - but hurry!
Sheriff Garcia and Chief Martin are already reviewing applications and space is limited.
For more information, please contact Chief Martin at [email protected].


This week has been proclaimed Sheriff's Week in Erie County and New York to recognize and honor the professionalism and dedication of the sworn and civilian staff of one of the oldest elected offices and a NYS constitutional office.


It’s almost here !!! This is our 8th year!! Starts Friday September 9th-10th Fridays hours are 8-7 and Saturday 8-5. We will have Factory representatives set up from Hoyt,Tenpoint, Cva, Cz USA,Taurus,Banks blinds ,Quiet Kat Ebikes and many more. Bryan’s Meats And Heathers rolled ice cream will be there serving food. Watch our FB page for our specials!!! We will be giving away a rifle,crossbow,and a Hoyt bow. Also we will be giving away a Handgun on our page to one lucky person that shares our ad. I will be posting more details in the future!!


Chief U.S. Judge Glenn Suddaby's ruling all but assured future legal challenges once the law goes into effect Thursday.



Did you know our Mounted Enforcement Detail is now on social media?! Follow them at Riverside County Sheriff's Mounted Enforcement Detail to see what they’re up to! 🌟


Behavioral Health Team members from the Buffalo Police Department, Town of Cheektowaga Police Department, Town of Tonawanda Police Department, and the West Seneca Police Department are in Pittsburgh this week for the CIT International conference. They are learning and sharing best practices related to responding to individuals in the community suffering from mental illness and substance use disorders.


A missing golden retriever named Lilah, discovered deep inside a culvert pipe in upstate New York, could not be lured out by her owner with peanut butter dog treats or cheese. In the end, State Trooper Jimmy Rasaphone decided to crawl about 15 feet (5 meters) into the pipe under a rural road in Conk...


More than 1,500 NYPD officers have either resigned or retired so far this year – on pace to be the biggest exodus of officers since the statistics have been available.



One of my deputies was recently exposed to fentanyl during a traffic stop. During the investigation, the deputy experienced a high level of discomfort. He was immediately administered two doses of Narcan by onsite EMS personnel and transported to a local hospital for follow-up treatment.

The news of the event and his treatment has ignited some controversy and prompted reactionary articles. However, I support EMS’s action of administering Narcan once the possibility of fentanyl exposure is learned. Inaction in this matter could have potentially led to the death of a public servant.

The Erie County Sheriff’s Office works closely with our community EMS providers to ensure a rapid and effective response to all medical emergencies. We trust that our medical partners’ decision to administer treatment is based on necessity and sound clinical judgment. We are all part of a larger team dedicated to reducing the effects of the op**te crisis on our community.

The Erie County Sheriff’s Office is dedicated to providing a timely and effective response to op**te intoxication and overdose patients. We have also devoted significant resources to training deputies and correction officers to correctly identify and treat those patients exhibiting the signs of op**te overdose. My staff has been trained in using intranasal Narcan properly per NYS DOH op**te overdose prevention program requirements.

Law enforcement and first responders are at risk for accidental exposure to illicit drugs during routine operations. As stated by the CDC and NIOSH, specific preventive measures are recommended to decrease the chance of exposure. However, not all exposures can be prevented. Quick recognition and intervention may prevent more serious or life-threatening signs and symptoms in these cases.

The Erie County Sheriff’s Office and our community EMS partners will continue to train, adapt, and respond to the ever-present op**te crisis. It’s our goal to prevent unnecessary injury or death to anyone affected, regardless of the cause.


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More great news today. It just keeps getting better. Dj Okie Rich is donating a 3 hour Karaoke session valued st $300. Thank you.
Would like to thank Maria Jaworowicz for donating a $100 gift card to be auctioned off at The Judges and Police conference of Erie County. Make a appointment today by calling 716-635-5015