Issues: Police

SENATE HOLDS FIRST HEARING ON POLICE SAFETY AND PUBLIC PROTECTION IN NEW YORK CITY

Hearing Focuses on Safety Concerns Raised By the Shooting Deaths of Two New York City Police Officers

February 5, 2015
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Senate Holds First Hearing on Police Safety and Public Protection in New York City

The New York State Senate today held the first in a series of public hearings to provide a thorough review of issues affecting the safety of law enforcement and the public in New York City. The hearing was jointly convened by four Senate committees to address serious concerns raised by the shooting deaths of two NYPD Officers, Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu, in addition to other recent attacks and hostility directed at law enforcement.

February 4, 2015
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Senator Gallivan Attends First Hearing on Police Safety & Public Protection

The New York State Senate Wednesday held the first in a series of public hearings to provide a thorough review of issues affecting the safety of law enforcement and the public in New York City.

February 4, 2015
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Times Union: Cuomo Pocket-Vetos Police Discipline Bill

On Friday, the Times Union reported that Governor Cuomo vetoed a bill to make police disciplinary procedures subject to collective bargaining. The article quoted Senator Krueger, who opposed the bill, which would deny municipalities, counties, and the state the flexibility they need to protect the public by acting as they feel is necessary and appropriate in police disciplinary proceedings:

January 30, 2015
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STARS Programs for Children Provides Community With Blue Ribbons to Support Local Police

“I want to thank Fran Scarantino and STARS Programs for Children for providing my Howard Beach office with blue ribbons for any resident who wants to show their support for our local police officers and the NYPD throughout the city,” said State Senator Joseph Addabbo, Jr.  

January 30, 2015
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ADDABBO WELCOMES NEW OFFICERS TO 106TH PRECINCT

“Each year, when the future of our city’s finest graduate the Police Academy and become rookie officers, they are bestowed a badge. This badge shows they are our community’s protectors and allies, and we the public become their priority,” said State Senator Joseph Addabbo, Jr. Jobs like that are one of a kind, and I sincerely commend these young officers for joining the NYPD and wish them nothing but the best on what is hopefully a safe and productive journey.

January 30, 2015
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Public Hearings To Focus on the Shooting Deaths of Two New York City Police Offiers

I am pleased to announce that the New York State Senate will hold a series of public hearings convened by four Senate committees starting this month to examine police safety and public protection in New York City and throughout the state.

The hearings will review serious safety concerns raised by the shooting deaths of two NYPD Officers, Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu, in addition to other recent attacks and hostility directed at law enforcement.

January 16, 2015
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STATE SENATE TO HOLD JOINT COMMITTEE HEARINGS IN JANUARY ABOUT POLICE SAFETY AND PUBLIC PROTECTION

Hearings Will Focus on Serious Safety Concerns Raised By the Shooting Deaths of Two New York City Police Officers

 

The New York State Senate will hold a series of public hearings convened by four Senate committees starting in early January to examine police safety and public protection in New York City and throughout the state. The hearings will review serious safety concerns raised by the shooting deaths of two NYPD Officers, Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu, in addition to other recent attacks and hostility directed at law enforcement.

 

December 30, 2014
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STATE SENATE TO HOLD JOINT COMMITTEE HEARINGS IN JANUARY ABOUT POLICE SAFETY AND PUBLIC PROTECTION

Hearings Will Focus on Serious Safety Concerns Raised By the Shooting Deaths of Two New York City Police Officers

December 30, 2014
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Senate to Hold Joint Committee Hearings in January About Police Safety and Public Protection

The New York State Senate will hold a series of public hearings convened by four Senate committees starting in early January to examine police safety and public protection in New York City and throughout the state.  The hearings will review serious safety concerns raised by the shooting deaths of two NYPD Officers, Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu, in addition to other recent attacks and hostility directed at law enforcement.

December 29, 2014
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Senator Catharine Young Urging Governor Cuomo to Sign S.7818 So That Mentally Ill Released From Prison Like Ismaaiyl Brinsley Receive Treatment

For Release: Immediate, December 22, 2014

“Police Officers Particularly Are Targets Of Former Inmates Who Have Axes To Grind”

 

December 22, 2014
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Chanukah is the celebration of Miracles!

"Chanukah is the celebration of miracles, a reminder that all things are possible," Senator Parker said.  "As you celebrate the spirit of Chanukah with friends and family, I wish you health, happiness and good fortune." The holiday celebrates a legendary victory of the Maccabees, a band of Jews, over a Greek army that occupied the Holy Land.  After the battle, the victorious Maccabees found only a one day supply of oil in the temple to light the lamps.  But the oil burned miraculously for eight days, the story says.

December 17, 2014
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'Elmira ceremony honors police cadets' ~ Newest graduates of the Elmira Regional Public Safety Training Center represent police agencies from across the region

Congratulations to the latest graduates of the Elmira Regional Public Safety Training Center, who represent police agencies from across the region.

Thank you for your service.

Read more in today's Star-Gazette, "Elmira ceremony honors police cadets"

December 9, 2014
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RITCHIE RECOGNIZES SHERIFF BURNS FOR SERVICE TO THE NORTH COUNTRY

State Senator Patty Ritchie congratulated Jefferson County Sheriff John Burns on his retirement Friday, at a special event held in his honor in Watertown.

At the celebration, Senator Ritchie presented Sheriff Burns with an official New York State Senate Proclamation in recognition of his service to Jefferson County.

December 5, 2014
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SENATOR BILL LARKIN ANNOUNCES FUNDING FOR CRISIS INTERVENTION

State Assistance To Train Law Enforcement To Handle Incidents

Involving Persons With Mental Illness

Senator Bill Larkin (R-C, Cornwall-on-Hudson) announced today that he has secured state funds for specialized training of law enforcement officers in the City of Newburgh to help them more safely and effectively respond to people experiencing a mental health crisis.

October 28, 2014
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Senator Griffo Announces Crisis Intervention Funding for Utica PD

Law enforcement will be trained to handle incidents involving people with mental illness

UTICA – Sen. Joseph A. Griffo today announced that the City of Utica will be fully reimbursed for special training that will help law enforcement officers learn how to safely and more effectively handle situations involving individuals with psychiatric disabilities.

October 28, 2014
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At the Opening of the New York State Police (Troop F) Barracks in Greenville, Orange County, October 25, 2014

Senator Bonacic attended the opening of the New York State Police Barracks in Greenville on Saturday, October 25, 2014.  This event provided an opportunity to visit and tour the new building.  The State Police will cover the of Towns of Minisink, Greenville, Wawayanda and Deerpark which paid for the building’s construction, and which will pay for its annual maintenance.

October 27, 2014
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