Crimes committed by ccw holders in N.Y. (stats)?

Crimes committed by ccw holders in N.Y. (stats)?

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    Crimes committed by ccw holders in N.Y. (stats)?

    I did a couple of google searches but came up with nothing. I was hoping to find information about crimes committed by ccw holders in NY (if any). Does anyone know where to find info like that? Thanks!


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    Have looked myself but to no avail. If you find any let me know...
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    I'm not sure about NY but here in MI if I go to the Michigan State Police website they have a list of countys then says how many people applied for the ccw, how many were denied and how many were revoked. Revoked CCW holders are then listed by how many were denied for the crime they commited. So you could get the answer threw that means. Here in MI the Michigan State Police over sees all the information on CCW holders.

    Try the New York State Police. I'm not sure if they over see the CCW permits or if some other function does. But there should be something pertaining to CCW permit holders threw state or local law enforcemnt agency.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbone View Post
    I did a couple of google searches but came up with nothing. I was hoping to find information about crimes committed by ccw holders in NY (if any). Does anyone know where to find info like that? Thanks!
    I jaywalked once does that count?

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    I tried to find information for you. However, I didn't find anything on ANY state or local websites about CCW's. Not even your attorney generals website has any information. Do they call a license a CCW, CPL, or anything other then that?

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    Can you get a CCP in New York?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MP45Man View Post
    Can you get a CCP in New York?
    Yes, I don't know how long it takes nowadays but when I got mine it was about 6 weeks from turning in my paperwork to actually having my permit. I will be going through it with my wife though, she is getting hers. I have a concealed carry, no restrictions.

    BTW who is that in your avatar?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MP45Man View Post
    Can you get a CCP in New York?
    Upstate, yes. NYC, not unless you're friends with the police commissioner. I think there are only @ 2000 permits issued in NYC. But you can bet there are way more criminals that carry!
    CCW in upstate requires:
    Pistol Permit Course
    Finger printing (you're expense)
    3 references from your town
    interview from police
    reason for owning and depending on the county, restrictions placed (illegally of course) on your permit
    6-8 month waiting period (Erie County)
    registering every gun on your permit, which means purchasing the gun, bringing a ticket to the permit office, paying a fee to have it added to your permit, getting the coupon, going back to the gun store to collect your firearm.

    Talk about "infringed" And NY democrats think our gun law are lax and they need more (sic) laws.

    The only "silver lining" for now is that it is a lifetime issue with no renewal. You can bet with a 15 billion dollar shortfall in revenue, they'll try to stick us with another tax!
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    Not all of NYS require the same items on the CCW permit application. In Monroe county, I just had to get finger printed, give 3 references and wait for 8 months. No course needed. Some counties always give unrestricted and other counties unrestricted permits are almost never issued (just hunting or premise permits).

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    Every county is different........NYC and Long Island are the extremes with Westchester getting close....
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    I don't have a answer for you but I can guess very low. Criminals don't usually apply for the CC permit as they have a state exemption from the law/process.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rottkeeper View Post

    BTW who is that in your avatar?
    I don't know. Wish it were my wife or daughter(Only because I'd like to see them carrying). Needed to change it so I found it and thought it would be good eye candy.

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    Looks like Jolie from Tomb Raiders

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    Go here for the stats from a few other states.

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    Every county is different, I am in Saratoga and although I have had a permit (to hunt, target,etc.) it is the judges discretion, and policy that no one gets a ccw. So much for (... " and bear arms shall not be infringed"). Frustration is not an adequate term.
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