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Assemblyman
Peter Abbate:

New crime measures
help protect our families


Assemblyman Peter Abbate

“There is nothing more important than the safety of our families.”

Assemblyman
Peter Abbate


Assemblyman Peter Abbate’s commitment to keeping our families safe
Protecting our children
online and on the playground
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The Electronic Security and Targeting of Online Predators Act – e-STOP
(Ch. 67 of 2008)

Under e-STOP, social networking Web sites can access the state sex offender registry and block sex offenders from access to and communication with children. In addition, it forbids communication with minors for the purpose of promoting sexual relations.

Creating the new crime of luring a child
(A.8488-A /S.5595-A – passed Assembly and Senate)

This legislation, sponsored by Assemblyman Abbate, will create the felony crime of luring a child into an isolated area such as a vehicle or building with the intent of committing a violent or sexual offense.

Civil confinement of the most dangerous sex predators
(Ch. 7 of 2007)

Assemblyman Abbate sponsored this legislation to keep the most dangerous sexual predators off the streets even after they finish their prison terms and to establish new, tougher sentences for those convicted of sex crimes.

Making internet impersonation a crime
(A.8252/S.4053 – passed Assembly and Senate)

This legislation states that a person who impersonates another by Internet or electronic communication shall be guilty of a class A misdemeanor.

Changes law requiring sex offender registry checks
(A.8570-B – passed Assembly)

This bill would require sex offender registry checks for employees and volunteers of children’s camps – including day, overnight and traveling camps – prior to their beginning work and annually thereafter.

Adding more police to monitor sex offenders
(A.10488/S.3612 – passed Assembly and Senate)

This measure would include the state regional park police as an additional law enforcement agency having access to sex offender registry information to help monitor offenders residing within a state park as well as providing the community with notification about thelocation of sex offenders.

Making internet impersonation a crime
(A.10487/S.3614 – passed Assembly and Senate)

This legislation states that a person who impersonates another by Internet or electronic communication shall be guilty of a class A misdemeanor.


Assemblyman Peter Abbate Assemblyman Peter Abbate

8500 18 Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11214
(718) 236-1764

6419 11 Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11219
(718) 232-9565


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