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ARTICLE 10
Firefighters and Police Officers
General Municipal (GMU) CHAPTER 24
ARTICLE 10

FIREFIGHTERS AND POLICE OFFICERS
Section 200. Defining qualifications of exempt volunteer

firefighters.

200-a. Volunteer firefighters serving in more than one fire

company or fire department.

200-b. Leaves of absence for volunteer firefighters entering

the armed forces of the United States prior to July

first, nineteen hundred sixty-six.

200-c. Leaves of absence for volunteer firefighters entering

the armed forces of the United States on or after

July first, nineteen hundred sixty-six.

201. Rights and privileges of exempt volunteer

firefighters.

202. Certificate to be issued to exempt volunteer

firefighter.

202-a. Recording certificates of exempt volunteer

firefighter.

203. List of exempt volunteer firefighters to be filed.

204. Qualifications necessary to entitle to certain

exemptions.

204-a. Raising of funds for fire company purposes.

204-b. Youth programs.

204-c. Plan for arson investigation.

204-d. Duties of the fire chief.

204-dd. Qualifications of a fire chief.

204-e. Unauthorized destruction of property.

204-f. Plan for hazardous materials incidents response.

204-g. Restrictions on the use of firefighting foam

containing PFAS chemicals.

205. Payments to injured or representatives of deceased

volunteer firefighters.

205-a. Additional right of action to certain injured or

representatives of certain deceased firefighters.

205-b. Relief of volunteer firefighters engaged in the

performance of duty as such firefighters from civil

liability and liability of fire districts for the

acts of volunteer firefighters.

205-c. Payments pending controversies where volunteer

firefighters are killed or injured.

205-cc. Volunteer firefighter enhanced cancer disability

benefits.

205-d. Relief from civil liability for acts or omissions by

fire wardens in the city of New York.

205-e. Right of action to certain injured or representatives

of certain deceased police officers.

205-f. Removal of civil liability barriers.

205-g. Defense and indemnification of volunteer firefighters.

206. Certificate to police officers and firefighters; free

transportation; use of telegraph lines and

telephones.

206-a. Penalty for improper use of certificates.

206-b. Exemption of benefits payable under blanket accident

insurance covering volunteer firefighters.

207. Hospitalization of members of fire departments in

certain cities.

207-a. Payment of salary, medical and hospital expenses of

firefighters with injuries or illness incurred in

performance of duties.

207-b. Additional retirement benefits for certain

firefighters in cities.

207-c. Payment of salary, wages, medical and hospital

expenses of police officers with injuries or illness

incurred in the performance of duties.

207-d. Additional retirement benefits for certain policemen

in cities and certain villages.

207-e. Minimum retirement benefits for police officers in

cities and who are members of police pension or

retirement systems maintained by such cities.

207-e*2. Minimum retirement benefits for firefighters in cities

and who are members of fire department pension or

retirement systems maintained by such cities.

207-f. Ordinary death benefits of members of fire department

systems of cities.

207-g. Ordinary death benefits of members of police

retirement systems.

207-h. Death benefits of members of certain fire department

pension or retirement systems of cities.

207-h*2. Death benefits of members of certain police pension

systems.

207-i. Temporary supplemental retirement allowances for

certain police officers.

207-i*2. Supplemental retirement allowances of retired

firefighters of cities.

207-ii. Payment of supplemental retirement allowances of

retired police officers and firefighters of certain

cities.

207-j. Supplemental pension allowances of certain retired

teachers of cities.

207-k. Disabilities of policemen and firemen in certain

cities.

207-k*2. Disabilities of policemen and firemen in certain

cities.

207-kk. Disabilities of firefighters in certain cities caused

by cancer.

207-l. Temporary supplemental retirement allowances for

certain police officers in towns and villages.

207-n. Performance of duty disability retirement.

207-o. Performance of duty disability retirement.

207-o*2. Disabilities of members of the uniformed force of

correction departments in certain cities.

207-p. Performance of duty disability retirement; police and

fire department.

207-q. Firefighters; presumption in certain diseases.

207-q*2. Disabilities of emergency medical technicians or

advanced emergency medical technicians in certain

cities.

208. Members of police force to have one day rest in seven.

208-a. School guards.

208-b. Death benefits for beneficiaries of certain police

officers and firefighters.

208-c. Death benefits for dependent fathers or dependent

mothers of certain police officers and firefighters.

208-d. Extra work by members of certain police forces.

208-d*2. Compensation during disability.

208-d*3. Extra work by members of a police force in cities.

208-e. Extra work by members of certain police forces.

208-f. Special accidental death benefit.

208-g. Community activity by members of a police force.

208-h. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation training and retraining

for police departments in cities having a population

of one million or more

209. Outside service by local fire departments, companies,

ambulance districts and airport crash-fire-rescue

units.

209-a. Relations with other states and the dominion of

Canada.

209-aa. Paid leave for disaster service volunteers.

209-aa*2. Appointment of private college campus security

officers at independent non-profit colleges.

209-b. Emergency rescue and first aid squads.

209-bb. Specialized teams; volunteer wilderness/inland search

and rescue teams.

209-c. Fire police squads of fire departments and fire

companies.

209-cc. Notification of presence of wild animals and dangerous

dogs.

209-d. Contracts for outside service by volunteer fire

departments and companies.

209-dd. Discovery of unlawful drug laboratory.

209-e. Fire mobilization and mutual aid plan.

209-ee. Adoption of a code of ethics and disclosure of

interests by fire companies.

209-f. Outside service by local police forces; mobilization

by governor; powers of sheriffs.

209-ff. Provisions relating to certain accidental disability

benefits.

209-fff. Provisions relating to a membership date in the New

York city police pension fund attributable to

service in the titles of police cadet program and

police cadet program II in the New York city police

department cadet program.

209-g. Liability for outside aid.

209-i. Emergency service by volunteer firefighters.

209-j. Mutual aid programs in counties.

209-l. Removal of volunteer officers and volunteer members of

fire departments.

209-m. Outside service by local police; civil disturbance

control.

209-p. Relay of fire and emergency calls.

209-q. Permanent appointment of police officers; completion

of training program.

209-r. Police protection.

209-s. Contracts between municipalities and fire districts

for joint fire training centers.

209-t. Contracts for joint fire alarm systems.

209-u. Notification of presence of hazardous materials.

209-v. Employment of retired persons as special patrolmen for

publicly owned property.

209-w. Permanent appointment of firefighters; completion of

training program.

209-x. Training of certain paid city firefighters promoted to

a first-line supervisory position.

209-y. Establishment of hazardous materials emergency

response teams.

209-z. Annual independent audits.