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New York State Correctional Officers & Police Benevolent Association, Inc.

NYSCOPBA represents over 26,000 New York State employees and retirees from the Security Services Unit. Our Union was formed in May 1998 and since that time has provided superior representation to our membership under the independent and democratic model. Our Mission continued...

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PART H

47 4. The commissioner of the department of correctional services shall
48 provide a report to the legislature on the staffing of correction offi-
49 cers and correction sergeants in state correctional facilities. Such
50 report shall include, but not be limited to the following factors: the
51 number of security posts on the current plot plan for each facility that
52 have been closed on a daily basis, by correctional facility security
53 classification (minimum, medium and maximum); the number of security
54 positions eliminated by correctional facility since two thousand
55 compared to the number of inmates incarcerated in each such facility; a
56 breakdown by correctional facility security classification (minimum,
57 medium, and maximum) of the staff hours of overtime worked, by year
58 since two thousand and the annual aggregate costs related to this over-
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3 time. In addition, such report shall be delineated by correctional
4 facility security classification, the annual number of security posi-
5 tions eliminated, the number of closed posts and amount of staff hours
6 of overtime accrued as well as the overall overtime expenditures that

8 finance, assembly ways and means, senate crime and corrections and
9 assembly correction committees by December thirty-first, two thousand
10 three.

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