I have to laugh at this:
Until recently, sheriff’s deputies notified offenders they weren’t allowed to possess firearms but gave them 24 hours to turn them in.
There was no mechanism, however, to make sure that the gun was actually turned in. Local law enforcement and state law enforcement officials would go house to house to enforce the laws as resources allowed, but the
process was expensive, slow and potentially dangerous.
The sheriff’s office is now working with the Office on the Status of Woman and others to develop a comprehensive plan for making sure everyone required to surrender their guns does so in a manner that’s safe for officers, according to Suzy Loftus, assistant chief legal counsel for the sheriff’s office.
So, going house to house and confiscating is considered dangerous? Who would have guessed?
So, now, they are going to “develop a comprehensive plan” where people surrender their guns “in a manner that’s safe for officers”.
Wow! These people are really stupid.
Apparently they are unable to conceive of the response, “No. Your move.”