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AB 578 (1) Tenney, Claudia Provides that an inmate of a correctional facility shall be guilty of a felony for harassing a correctional facility employee by fraudulent use of his or her name.
Position: Support
Bill History: 05-28-14 A Held for consideration in Assembly Codes

AB 1394 (1) Gunther, Aileen M. Prohibits the throwing, tossing, expectorating or expelling of saliva or other bodily secretion or excretion at or on an employee of a correctional facility.
Position: Support
Bill History: 07-31-13 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 180)

AB 1493 (1) Gunther, Aileen M. Requires the commissioner of correctional services to enter into agreements to house local inmates to alleviate overcrowding in local correctional facilities.
Bill History: 01-08-14 A Referred to Assembly Corrections

AB 1500 (1) Gunther, Aileen M. Designates security hospital treatment assistants in the office of mental health as peace officers.
Position: Support
Bill History: 06-19-14 A Returned to the Assembly

AB 1528 (1) Colton, William Provides that no person convicted of certain felonies may file for change of name while incarcerated or under supervised release therefor.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-08-14 A Referred to Assembly Judiciary

AB 2314 (1) Gunther, Aileen M. Requires parole violators to be transferred to state correctional facilities after 10 days in a local correctional facility.
Bill History: 01-08-14 A Referred to Assembly Corrections

AB 2715 (1) Weisenberg, Harvey Relates to discipline of an employee for physical or sexual abuse of people with developmental disabilities.
Bill History: 06-09-14 A Reported and referred to Assembly Codes

AB 3058 (1) Schimminger, Robin Creates the public employees' fair employment act study commission to review the existing Taylor law.
Bill History: 05-13-14 A Held for consideration in Assembly Governmental Employees

AB 3231 (1) Pretlow, Gary J. Exempts from disclosure on the freedom of information law, the issuance of pistol permits to active and retired police officers, peace officers and correction officers.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-08-14 A Referred to Assembly Governmental Operations

AB 4539 (1) Brindisi, Anthony J. Relates to assault in the second degree.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-08-14 A Referred to Assembly Codes

AB 4590 (1) O'Donnell, Daniel J. Requires adequate staffing at correctional facilities.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-08-14 A Referred to Assembly Corrections

AB 4871 (1) O'Donnell, Daniel J. Requires notice be provided to any officer or employee of the department of correctional services whose personal information is the subject of a subpoena duces tecum.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-08-14 A Referred to Assembly Corrections

AB 5209 (1) Magee, Bill Establishes the crime of aggravated harassment of a police officer or peace officer.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-08-14 A Referred to Assembly Codes

AB 5899 (1) Skoufis, James G. Makes provisions for payment to certain peace officers employed by department of corrections and community supervision for salary and medical expenses while subject to sickness.
Bill History: 06-19-14 A Substituted by - see SB 4095

AB 5919 (1) Ortiz, Felix W. Grants public officers and employees up to 60 total days or 44 working days of paid leave for military ordered duty.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-08-14 A Referred to Assembly Governmental Employees

AB 6780 (1) Abbate, Jr., Peter J. Permits deferral of vacation days for certain members of the retirement system.
Position: Support
Bill History: 06-19-14 A Substituted by - see SB 3867

AB 6974 (1) Paulin, Amy R. Provides credit to members of public retirement systems of the state for military service rendered during certain periods. appropriation.
Position: Support
Bill History: 06-19-14 A Substituted by - see SB 7839

AB 7385 (1) Russell, Addie Jenne Relates to persons authorized to visit correctional facilities.
Position: Support
Bill History: 07-31-13 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 234)

AB 7511 (1) Lentol, Joseph R. Relates to peace officer powers of safety officers.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-08-14 A Referred to Assembly Codes

AB 7573 (1) Abbate, Jr., Peter J. Allows warrant and transfer officers under jurisdiction of department of corrections & community supervision to be covered by provisions of a 25 year half pay retirement plan.
Position: Support
Bill History: 03-05-14 A Print number AB 7573 A

AB 7659 (1) Gunther, Aileen M. Relates to training for staff in residential mental health treatment units programs inside correctional facilities.
Position: Support
Bill History: 06-12-14 S Referred to Senate Finance

AB 7784 (1) Abbate, Jr., Peter J. Relates to the form of payment of retirement benefits for certain public retirees and beneficiaries.
Bill History: 02-05-14 A Print number AB 7784 A

AB 8170 (1) Goldfeder, Philip Relates to pay for military duty.
Bill History: 01-08-14 A Referred to Assembly Governmental Operations

AB 8180 (1) Tedisco, James N. Requires legislative approval for the closure of correctional facilities and institutions.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-08-14 A Referred to Assembly Corrections

AB 8294 (1) Lupardo, Donna A. Enacts the "freeze unsafe closures now act" to delay the closure and consolidation of state facilities operated by the office of mental health and the office for people with developmental disabilities.
Bill History: 06-18-14 A Reported and referred to Assembly Rules

AB 8550 (1) Budget Bill STATE OPERATIONS BUDGET BILL.
Bill History: 04-11-14 G Veto(es) Tabled

AB 8555 (1) Budget Bill Enacts into law major components of legislation necessary to implement the public protection and general government budget for the 2014-2015 state fiscal year.
Bill History: 03-31-14 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 55)

AB 8558 (1) Budget Bill Enacts into law major components of legislation necessary to implement the state health and mental hygiene budget for the 2014-2015 state fiscal year.
Bill History: 03-31-14 A Substituted by - see SB 6358

AB 8588 (1) Aubry, Jeffrion L. Restricts the use of segregated confinement and creates alternative therapeutic and rehabilitative confinement options.
Position: Opposed
Bill History: 04-23-14 A Print number AB 8588 A

AB 8736 (1) Benedetto, Michael R. Authorizes additional paid leave for state correction officers who are absent on military duty.
Position: Support
Bill History: 02-07-14 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Governmental Operations

AB 8782 (1) Abbate, Jr., Peter J. Authorizes no fare program for correction officers employed by the department of corrections and community supervision and the New York city department of correction.
Position: Support
Bill History: 02-14-14 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Corporations Authorities Commissi

AB 8810 (1) Gunther, Aileen M. Relates to aggravated harassment of an employee by an inmate.
Position: Support
Bill History: 02-14-14 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Codes

AB 9030 (1) Abbate, Jr., Peter J. Relates to certain lung disabilities incurred by certain retirement system members in the performance of duty.
Position: Support
Bill History: 03-10-14 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Governmental Employees

SB 279 (1) Larkin, Jr., William J. Grants public officers and employees up to 60 total days or 44 working days of paid leave for military ordered duty.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-08-14 S Referred to Senate Veterans Affairs & Homeland Security

SB 1060 (1) Maziarz, George D. Provides that an inmate of a correctional facility shall be guilty of a felony for harassing a correctional facility employee by fraudulent use of his or her name.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-08-14 S Referred to Senate Codes

SB 1214 (1) Ranzenhofer, Michael H. Creates the public employees' fair employment act study commission to review the existing Taylor law.
Bill History: 01-08-14 S Referred to Senate Finance

SB 1898 (1) Nozzolio, Michael F. Authorizes no fare program for correction officers employed by the state and New York city department of corrections and community supervision.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-17-14 S Print number SB 1898 A

SB 2040 (1) Bonacic, John J. Prohibits the throwing, tossing, expectorating or expelling of saliva on an employee of a correctional facility.
Position: Support
Bill History: 05-28-14 A Referred to Assembly Codes

SB 2131 (1) Ball, Gregory R. Exempts from disclosure on the freedom of information law, the issuance of pistol permits to active and retired police officers, peace officers and correction officers.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-08-14 S Referred to Senate Investigations & Government Operations

SB 2197 (1) Carlucci, David Relates to discipline of an employee for physical or sexual abuse of people with developmental disabilities.
Bill History: 01-08-14 S Referred to Senate Civil Service and Pensions

SB 2248 (1) Golden, Martin J. Provides that no person convicted of certain felonies may file for change of name while incarcerated or under supervised release therefor.
Position: Support
Bill History: 04-28-14 A Referred to Assembly Judiciary

SB 2402 (1) Griffo, Joseph A. Establishes the crime of aggravated harassment of a police officer or peace officer.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-08-14 S Referred to Senate Codes

SB 3106 (1) Griffo, Joseph A. Relates to assault in the second degree.
Position: Support
Bill History: 02-03-14 S Enacting clause stricken and recommitted to Senate Codes

SB 3305 (1) Nozzolio, Michael F. Permits correction officers to be color blind.
Position: Support
Bill History: 03-25-14 A Referred to Assembly Corrections

SB 3338 (1) Hassell-Thompson, Ruth Requires notice be provided to any officer or employee of the department of correctional services whose personal information is the subject of a subpoena duces tecum.
Position: Support
Bill History: 03-25-14 A Referred to Assembly Corrections

SB 3600 (1) Lanza, Andrew J. Designates security hospital treatment assistants in the office of mental health as peace officers.
Position: Support
Bill History: 06-19-14 S Substituted by - see AB 1500

SB 3697 (1) Ritchie, Patricia A. Requires parole violators to be transferred to state correctional facilities after 10 days in a local correctional facility.
Bill History: 06-11-14 A Referred to Assembly Corrections

SB 3867 (1) Golden, Martin J. Relates to the deferral of vacation days for certain members of the retirement systems.York city department of correction.
Position: Support
Bill History: 06-19-14 S Returned to the Senate

SB 4095 (1) Robach, Joseph E. Makes provisions for payment to certain peace officers employed by department of corrections and community supervision for salary and medical expenses while subject to sickness.
Bill History: 06-19-14 S Returned to the Senate

SB 4714 (1) Larkin, Jr., William J. Provides credit to members of public retirement systems of the state for military service rendered during certain periods; appropriation.
Position: Support
Bill History: 06-11-14 A Referred to Assembly Ways and Means

SB 4929 (1) Nozzolio, Michael F. Relates to persons authorized to visit correctional facilities.
Position: Support
Bill History: 06-18-13 S Substituted by - see AB 7385

SB 4966 (1) Ritchie, Patricia A. Requires adequate staffing at correctional facilities.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-08-14 S Referred to Senate Crime Victims, Crime and Correction

SB 5225 (1) Carlucci, David Relates to peace officer powers of safety officers.
Position: Support
Bill History: 06-20-14 A Referred to Assembly Codes

SB 5406 (1) Gipson, Terry W. Permits deferral of vacation days for certain members of the retirement system.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-29-14 S Print number SB 5406 A

SB 5608 (1) Gallivan, Patrick M. Relates to the form of payment of retirement benefits for certain public retirees and beneficiaries.
Bill History: 01-21-14 S Print number SB 5608 A

SB 5740 (1) Carlucci, David Relates to training for staff in residential mental health treatment units programs inside correctional facilities.
Position: Support
Bill History: 03-26-14 S Reported and committed to Senate Finance

SB 5858 (1) Bonacic, John J. Prohibits the throwing of the contents of a toilet bowl on an employee of a correctional facility.
Position: Support
Bill History: 06-21-13 S Substituted by - see AB 1394

SB 5933 (1) Ritchie, Patricia A. Requires the commissioner of correctional services to enter into agreements to house local inmates to alleviate overcrowding in local correctional facilities.
Bill History: 06-03-14 S Reported and committed to Senate Finance

SB 5945 (1) Marchione, Kathleen A. Requires legislative approval for the closure of correctional facilities and institutions.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-08-14 S Referred to Senate Crime Victims, Crime and Correction

SB 5986 (1) Libous, Thomas W. Enacts the "freeze unsafe closures now act" to delay the closure and consolidation of state facilities operated by the office of mental health and the office for people with developmental disabilities.
Position: Support
Bill History: 06-17-14 A Referred to Assembly Ways and Means

SB 6350 (1) Budget Bill STATE OPERATIONS BUDGET BILL.
Bill History: 03-31-14 S Substituted by - see AB 8550

SB 6355 (1) Budget Bill Enacts into law major components of legislation necessary to implement the public protection and general government budget for the 2014-2015 state fiscal year.
Bill History: 03-31-14 S Substituted by - see AB 8555

SB 6358 (1) Budget Bill Enacts into law major components of legislation necessary to implement the state health and mental hygiene budget for the 2014-2015 state fiscal year.
Bill History: 03-31-14 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 58)

SB 6466 (1) Perkins, Bill Restricts the use of segregated confinement and creates alternative therapeutic and rehabilitative confinement options.
Position: Opposed
Bill History: 04-23-14 S Print number SB 6466 A

SB 6486 (1) Larkin, Jr., William J. Relates to pay for military duty.
Bill History: 03-18-14 S Reported and committed to Senate Finance

SB 7839 (1) Larkin, Jr., William J. Provides credit to members of public retirement systems of the state for military service rendered during certain periods.
Position: Support
Bill History: 06-19-14 S Returned to the Senate


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