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AB 51 (1) Simanowitz, Michael A. Eliminates the requirement under the security guard act of full-time employment for peace officers.
Bill History: 01-07-15 A Referred to Assembly Codes

AB 552 (1) Lentol, Joseph R. Authorizes current and retired members of law enforcement to carry concealed firearms.
Bill History: 01-07-15 A Referred to Assembly Codes

AB 667 (1) O'Donnell, Daniel J. Provides that all employees of department of correctional services has duty to report any sexual conduct between an employee and an inmate.
Bill History: 01-07-15 A Referred to Assembly Corrections

AB 781 (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.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-07-15 A Referred to Assembly Corrections

AB 836 (1) Gunther, Aileen M. Relates to training for staff in residential mental health treatment units programs inside correctional facilities.
Bill History: 06-17-15 A Returned to the Assembly

AB 883 (1) Rosenthal, Linda B. Requires a parent, law guardian or person legally responsible for a minor to be present during questioning by a peace or police officer.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-08-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Children and Families

AB 1105 (1) Gunther, Aileen M. Relates to aggravated harassment of an employee by an inmate.
Bill History: 01-08-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Codes

AB 1112 (1) Gunther, Aileen M. Requires parole violators to be transferred to state correctional facilities after 10 days in a local correctional facility.
Bill History: 01-08-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Corrections

AB 1346 (1) O'Donnell, Daniel J. Relates to segregated confinement.
Bill History: 06-15-15 S Referred to Senate Rules

AB 1347 (1) Rozic, Nily D. Relates to the segregated confinement of pregnant inmates.
Position: Support
Bill History: 03-30-15 S Referred to Senate Codes

AB 1730 (1) Magee, Bill Establishes the crime of aggravated harassment of a police officer or peace officer.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-12-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Codes

AB 1762 (1) Tedisco, James N. Requires legislative approval for the closure of correctional facilities and institutions.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-12-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Corrections

AB 1967 (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.
Bill History: 01-13-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Governmental Operations

AB 2009 (1) O'Donnell, Daniel J. Relates to holding inmates that suffer from mental illness for emergency purposes.
Bill History: 06-11-15 S Referred to Senate Crime Victims, Crime and Correction

AB 2206 (1) Pretlow, Gary J. Authorizes a public employee's contractual rights extended for six months beyond expiration date of current agreement for negotiation of new agreement.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-15-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Governmental Employees

AB 2424 (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: 01-16-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Corrections

AB 2459 (1) O'Donnell, Daniel J. Requires adequate staffing at correctional facilities.
Bill History: 01-16-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Corrections

AB 2467 (1) O'Donnell, Daniel J. Requires structured out-of-cell programming for adolescents in segregated disciplinary confinement.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-16-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Corrections

AB 2480 (1) Brindisi, Anthony J. Relates to assault in the second degree.
Bill History: 06-17-15 A Substituted by - see SB 3913

AB 2495 (1) O'Donnell, Daniel J. Relates to expanding prison work release program eligibility and participation.
Bill History: 01-16-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Corrections

AB 2544 (1) O'Donnell, Daniel J. Relates to expanding eligibility for shock incarceration.
Bill History: 06-02-15 A Reported and referred to Assembly Codes

AB 2599 (1) Pretlow, Gary J. Prohibits male correction officers from pat frisking female inmates.
Bill History: 01-20-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Corrections

AB 2640 (1) Bronson, Harry B. Adds assaults against certain employees of state and local government agencies as an assault in the second degree.
Bill History: 01-20-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Codes

AB 2787 (1) Lentol, Joseph R. Relates to identification of retired police and peace officers and federal law enforcement officers.
Bill History: 01-20-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Governmental Operations

AB 2802 (1) Pretlow, Gary J. Relates to disputes arising from collective negotiations.
Bill History: 01-20-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Governmental Employees

AB 2892 (1) Pretlow, Gary J. Requires inmate sexual harassment complaints made against department employees to be investigated by the attorney general.
Bill History: 01-20-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Corrections

AB 3000 (1) Budget Bill STATE OPERATIONS BUDGET.
Bill History: 03-31-15 A Substituted by - see SB 2000

AB 3005 (1) Budget Bill Enacts into law major components of legislation necessary to implement the state public protection and general government budget for the 2015-2016 state fiscal year.
Bill History: 04-13-15 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 55)

AB 3007 (1) Budget Bill Enacts various provisions of law necessary to implement the state fiscal plan for the 2015-2016 state fiscal year.
Bill History: 04-13-15 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 57)

AB 3088 (1) Robinson, Annette M. Creates a temporary state commission to study sexual misconduct in state correctional facilities.
Position: Support
Bill History: 05-19-15 A Reported and referred to Assembly Ways and Means

AB 4001 (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.
Remarks: We support this bill.
Bill History: 04-22-15 A Held for consideration in Assembly Codes

AB 4073 (1) Goldfeder, Philip Relates to pay for military duty.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-29-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Governmental Operations

AB 4313 (1) Paulin, Amy R. Provides credit to members of public retirement systems of the state for military service rendered during certain periods.
Position: Support
Bill History: 04-22-15 A Reported and referred to Assembly Ways and Means

AB 4337 (1) DenDekker, Michael G. Relates to including mandatory overtime in a member's final average salary or wages.
Bill History: 01-30-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Governmental Employees

AB 4365 (1) Schimminger, Robin Filing false liens or encumbrances against public officers or public employees is a first degree class E felony.
Position: Opposed
Bill History: 01-30-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Codes

AB 4401 (1) Aubry, Jeffrion L. Restricts the use of segregated confinement and creates alternative therapeutic and rehabilitative confinement options.
Bill History: 01-30-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Corrections

AB 4464 (1) Ramos, Philip R. Relates to certain veterans and competitive civil service exam points.
Bill History: 02-02-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Veterans Affairs

AB 4697 (1) Colton, William Prohibits the manufacture, transport, shipment or possession of an undetectable knife.
Position: Support
Bill History: 03-24-15 S Referred to Senate Codes

AB 4706 (1) Colton, William Provides that no person convicted of certain felonies may file for change of name while incarcerated or under supervised release therefor.
Bill History: 02-05-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Judiciary

AB 5055 (1) Abbate, Jr., Peter J. Relates to the form of payment of retirement benefits for certain public retirees and beneficiaries.
Bill History: 02-10-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Governmental Employees

AB 5145 (1) Woerner, Carrie Allows a tax credit for certain travel expenses incurred by certain employees of the department of corrections and community supervision.
Bill History: 02-12-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Ways and Means

AB 5210 (1) Blankenbush, Kenneth Requires parole violators in the counties of Jefferson, Oswego, and Saint Lawrence to be transferred to state correctional facilities after 10 days in a local correctional facility.
Bill History: 02-13-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Corrections

AB 5265 (1) Abinanti, Thomas J. Relates to discipline of an employee for physical or sexual abuse of people with developmental disabilities.
Bill History: 02-17-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Governmental Operations

AB 6453 (1) Magnarelli, William B. Provides credit to members of public retirement systems of the state for military service in certain hostilities in Afghanistan.
Bill History: 05-19-15 A Reported and referred to Assembly Ways and Means

AB 6468 (1) Cusick, Michael J. Authorizes veterans' and disabled veterans' credits to be added to an individual's civil service examination after the establishment of an eligible list.
Bill History: 04-08-15 A Opinion referred to Assembly Judiciary

AB 6722 (1) Buchwald, David Provides that members of a public pension or retirement system convicted of a felony involving breach of public trust be subject to forfeiture of pension benefits, rights and privileges.
Bill History: 04-08-15 A Opinion referred to Assembly Judiciary

AB 7077 (1) Schimminger, Robin Creates the public employees' fair employment act study commission to review the existing Taylor law.
Position: Support
Bill History: 04-23-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Governmental Employees

AB 7421 (1) Abbate, Jr., Peter J. 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: 05-11-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Corporations Authorities Commissi

AB 7485 (1) Abbate, Jr., Peter J. Relates to providing for binding arbitration in negotiations involving all members of the collective negotiating units designated as security services or security supervisors.
Position: Support
Bill History: 06-17-15 A Returned to the Assembly

AB 7674 (1) Lentol, Joseph R. Relates to peace officer powers of safety officers.
Position: Support
Bill History: 05-21-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Codes

AB 7739 (1) Paulin, Amy R. Relates to authorizing additional paid leave for certain employees.
Bill History: 05-26-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Governmental Operations

AB 7784 (1) Skoufis, James G. Makes provisions for payment to certain parole officers employed by department of corrections and community supervision for salary and medical expenses while subject to sickness.
Position: Support
Bill History: 05-27-15 A Introduced and referred to committee on Assembly Governmental Employees

AB 7801 (1) Russell, Addie J. Relates to death benefits for certain members under the jurisdiction of the department of corrections and community supervision.
Position: Support
Bill History: 06-12-15 A Print number AB 7801 A

AB 8174 (1) Paulin, Amy R. Provides credit to members of public retirement systems of the state for military service rendered during certain periods; appropriation.
Bill History: 06-24-15 A Substituted by - see SB 5937

SB 435 (1) Gallivan, Patrick M. Relates to pregnant inmates.
Bill History: 01-07-15 S Referred to Senate Crime Victims, Crime and Correction

SB 436 (1) Gallivan, Patrick M. Provides out-of-cell programming for adolescents.
Bill History: 01-07-15 S Referred to Senate Crime Victims, Crime and Correction

SB 536 (1) Gallivan, Patrick M. Relates to holding inmates that suffer from mental illness for emergency purposes.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-07-15 S Referred to Senate Crime Victims, Crime and Correction

SB 633 (1) Carlucci, David Relates to training for staff in residential mental health treatment units programs inside correctional facilities.
Bill History: 06-17-15 S Substituted by - see AB 836

SB 811 (1) Breslin, Neil D. Prohibits the diminution of health insurance benefits of public employee retirees.
Bill History: 01-07-15 S Referred to Senate Civil Service and Pensions

SB 976 (1) Montgomery, Velmanette Relates to the segregated confinement of inmates with serious mental illness.
Bill History: 01-07-15 S Referred to Senate Crime Victims, Crime and Correction

SB 1015 (1) Montgomery, Velmanette Creates a temporary state commission to study sexual misconduct in state correctional facilities.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-08-15 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Finance

SB 1060 (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: 06-08-15 A Referred to Assembly Judiciary

SB 1085 (1) Marchione, Kathleen A. Requires legislative approval for the closure of correctional facilities and institutions.
Bill History: 06-11-15 A Referred to Assembly Corrections

SB 1558 (1) Ranzenhofer, Michael H. Filing false liens or encumbrances against public officers or public employees is a first degree class E felony.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-13-15 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Codes

SB 1583 (1) Nozzolio, Michael F. Permits correction officers to be color blind.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-13-15 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Crime Victims, Crime and Correction

SB 1833 (1) Ritchie, Patricia A. Requires adequate staffing at correctional facilities.
Bill History: 05-27-15 S Reported and committed to Senate Finance

SB 1834 (1) Ritchie, Patricia A. Requires parole violators to be transferred to state correctional facilities after 10 days in a local correctional facility.
Bill History: 06-09-15 A Referred to Assembly Corrections

SB 1896 (1) Bonacic, John J. Relates to HIV testing of certain defendants who assault public protection officials.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-15-15 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Codes

SB 1900 (1) Bonacic, John J. Relates to aggravated harassment of an employee by an inmate.
Bill History: 03-03-15 A Referred to Assembly Codes

SB 2000 (1) Budget Bill STATE OPERATIONS BUDGET.
Bill History: 04-13-15 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 50)

SB 2005 (1) Budget Bill Enacts into law major components of legislation necessary to implement the state public protection and general government budget for the 2015-2016 state fiscal year.
Bill History: 03-30-15 S Substituted by - see AB 3005

SB 2007 (1) Budget Bill Enacts various provisions of law necessary to implement the state fiscal plan for the 2015-2016 state fiscal year.
Bill History: 03-30-15 S Substituted by - see AB 3007

SB 2064 (1) Young, Catharine M. Limits temporary detention of defendants in violation of their release in a local correctional facility to 72 hours before transfer to state custody.
Bill History: 06-09-15 A Referred to Assembly Corrections

SB 2209 (1) Larkin, Jr., William J. Authorizes veterans' and disabled veterans' credits to be added to an individual's civil service examination after the establishment of an eligible list.
Bill History: 03-26-15 A Referred to Assembly Governmental Employees

SB 2229 (1) Peralta, Jose R. Requires police officers and peace officers to report any discharge of their weapon to the agency which employs them.
Position: Support
Bill History: 01-22-15 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Codes

SB 2309 (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.
Bill History: 01-22-15 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Mental Health/Developmental Disabil

SB 2394 (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: 05-20-15 A Referred to Assembly Corrections

SB 2654 (1) Marchione, Kathleen A. Allows a tax credit for certain travel expenses incurred by certain employees of the department of corrections and community supervision.
Position: Opposed
Bill History: 01-27-15 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Investigations & Government Operati

SB 2659 (1) Perkins, Bill Restricts the use of segregated confinement and creates alternative therapeutic and rehabilitative confinement options.
Bill History: 01-27-15 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Crime Victims, Crime and Correction

SB 2863 (1) Breslin, Neil D. Requires a parent, law guardian or person legally responsible for a minor to be present during questioning by a peace or police officer.
Bill History: 01-29-15 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Children and Families

SB 3177 (1) Martins, Jack M. Eliminates the requirement under the security guard act of full-time employment for peace officers.
Bill History: 06-17-15 A Referred to Assembly Codes

SB 3306 (1) Ritchie, Patricia A. Requires parole violators in the counties of Jefferson, Oswego, and Saint Lawrence to be transferred to state correctional facilities after 10 days in a local correctional facility.
Bill History: 05-19-15 A Referred to Assembly Corrections

SB 3383 (1) Golden, Martin J. Relates to identification of retired police and peace officers and federal law enforcement officers.
Bill History: 06-16-15 A Referred to Assembly Governmental Operations

SB 3455 (1) Savino, Diane J. Prohibits the manufacture, transport, shipment or possession of an undetectable knife.
Position: Support
Bill History: 02-09-15 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Codes

SB 3628 (1) Ortt, Robert G. Relates to peace officer powers of safety officers.
Bill History: 06-25-15 S Committed to committee on Senate Rules

SB 3639 (1) Ortt, Robert G. Relates to discipline of an employee for physical or sexual abuse of people with developmental disabilities.
Position: Support
Bill History: 02-13-15 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Civil Service and Pensions

SB 3818 (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: 03-16-15 A Referred to Assembly Corrections

SB 3913 (1) Griffo, Joseph A. Relates to assault in the second degree.
Position: Support
Bill History: 06-17-15 S Returned to the Senate

SB 4124 (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: 05-27-15 A Referred to Assembly Governmental Employees

SB 5268 (1) Croci, Thomas D. Relates to authorizing additional paid leave for certain employees.
Position: Support
Bill History: 06-25-15 S Committed to committee on Senate Rules

SB 5391 (1) Golden, Martin J. Relates to providing for binding arbitration in negotiations involving all members of the collective negotiating units designated as security services or security supervisors.
Bill History: 06-17-15 S Substituted by - see AB 7485

SB 5729 (1) Lanza, Andrew J. Relates to the segregated confinement of pregnant inmates.
Bill History: 06-01-15 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Crime Victims, Crime and Correction

SB 5740 (1) Martins, Jack M. Relates to correctional facilities solely for the confinement of individuals aged sixteen and seventeen years.
Bill History: 06-01-15 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Crime Victims, Crime and Correction

SB 5936 (1) Ritchie, Patricia A. Relates to death benefits for certain members under the jurisdiction of the department of corrections and community supervision.
Bill History: 06-12-15 S Introduced and referred to committee on Senate Rules


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