New York Attorney General’s Statewide Gun Buyback Program Has Now Taken More Than 1,800 Unwanted Firearms Out Of Homes and Off Streets – Part of AG’s Broader Efforts to Keep New Yorkers Safe from Gun Violence
NIAGARA FALLS—Attorney General Barbara D. Underwood announced that 155 firearms were turned into law enforcement at her office's gun buyback event today in Niagara Falls. The Attorney General’s Office accepts, with no questions asked, working and non-working unloaded weapons in exchange for compensation on site. Since the Attorney General’s Office launched its statewide gun buyback program in 2013, the office has now collected more than 1,800 firearms across New York State. The buyback was co-sponsored by the Niagara Falls Police Department.