Erie County Sheriff's Office is on solid ground

Planning ahead, cooperation make agency what it is today.
Scott Seitz2
Jan 25, 2014


The Erie County Sheriff's Office (ECSO) finished 2013 in solid shape.

"We are very fortunate and thankful for what we've got," Sheriff Paul Sigsworth said.

It starts by being conservative with the funds, the sheriff said.

Contracts with a number of other entities throughout Erie County also help the bottom line.

Sigsworth said he knows the ECSO also requires much funding from the general fund. "We work very closely with the county commissioners," he said.

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Sigsworth is a great sheriff. Doesn't complain and plays the hand he's dealt. HC sheriff Howard could stand to learn a tremendous amount from his colleague up north.