Michael F. Nozzolio's posts related to Crime

Senator Nozzolio Fights for Crime Victims!

Continuing his strong commitment to crime victims and their families, Senator Mike Nozzolio announced that the Rape Victims Equality Act has been enacted by the New York State Senate.  As Chairman of the Senate Codes Committee, which has jurisdiction over all aspects of criminal law, Senator Nozzolio co-sponsored this legislation and led the fight to adopt this important measure to protect crime victims and ensure that the indiv

SENATOR NOZZOLIO ANNOUNCES STATE SENATE ENACTS “BRITTANY’S LAW - DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION ACT”

New York State Senator Mike Nozzolio today announced the State Senate has taken a tremendous step forward in adopting a tougher stance against violent crime by enacting “Brittany’s Law - Domestic Violence Prevention Act.”   This legislation, S.1850A, sponsored by Senator Nozzolio, will create a publically accessible registry of convicted violent felons.

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SENATOR MIKE NOZZOLIO REAPPOINTED CHAIRMAN OF NEW YORK STATE SENATE CODES COMMITTEE: ANNOUNCES FIRST HEARING ON CRIMINAL JUSTICE ISSUES

State Senator Mike Nozzolio has been reappointed as Chairman of the New York State Senate Codes Committee.  The Committee is one of the most important and active committees in the State Legislature and has jurisdiction over all aspects of criminal justice policy. “It is an honor for me to again be given the opportunity to serve as Chairman of the Codes Committee. I look forward to working with my colleagues on the Committee to strengthen our State’s criminal justice laws and to work to protect our communities from violent criminals,” said Senator Nozzolio.   

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Senator Mike Nozzolio Reappointed Chairman of Senate Budget Sub-Committee for Public Protection

New York State Senator Mike Nozzolio has been reappointed to serve as the Chairman of the New York Senate Budget Sub-Committee for Public Protection.   The Public Protection Budget Sub-Committee is responsible for reviewing all aspects of the criminal justice budget as well as budgets for correctional services, military and naval affairs, the state police, the judiciary and homeland security. Over the course of the next several weeks, the Sub-Committee will be meeting as the Senate prepares its budget proposal for the Fiscal Year 2016.

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