S08273 Summary:

BILL NOS08273
 
SAME ASSAME AS A11394
 
SPONSORSAVINO
 
COSPNSR
 
MLTSPNSR
 
Amd S3-b, Pub Off L
 
Relates to the residence of peace officers employed as fire protection inspectors, urban park rangers and traffic enforcement agents level IV by a city with a population over one million; must complete two years of employment with city of New York and reside in New York, Kings, Queens, Bronx, Richmond, Nassau, Westchester, Suffolk, Orange, Rockland or Putnam county.
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S08273 Actions:

BILL NOS08273
 
06/18/2010REFERRED TO RULES
06/25/2010ORDERED TO THIRD READING CAL.1254
06/25/2010PASSED SENATE
06/25/2010DELIVERED TO ASSEMBLY
06/25/2010referred to governmental operations
07/01/2010substituted for a11394
07/01/2010ordered to third reading rules cal.550
07/01/2010passed assembly
07/01/2010returned to senate
08/18/2010DELIVERED TO GOVERNOR
08/30/2010SIGNED CHAP.480
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S08273 Floor Votes:

DATE:07/01/2010Assembly Vote  YEA/NAY: 133/4
AbbateYCarrozzaYGabryszakYKolbYMurrayYSaladinoY
AlessiYCastelliYGalefYKoonYNolanYSaywardY
AlfanoYCastroYGanttYLancmanYOaksYScarboroughER
AmedoreYChristensenERGianarisYLatimerYO'DonnellNOSchimelY
ArroyoYClarkYGibsonYLavineYO'MaraYSchimmingerY
AubryYColtonYGiglioYLentolYOrtizYSchroederY
BacallesYConteYGlickNOLiftonYParmentYScozzafavaY
BallYCookERGordonYLope PDYPaulinYSkartadosY
BarclayYCorwinYGottfriedYLope VJYPeoplesYSpanoY
BarraYCrespoYGuntherYLupardoYPerryYStirpeY
BarronYCrouchYHawleyYMageeERPhefferYSweeneyY
BenedettoERCusickYHayesYMagnarelliYPowellYTediscoY
BenjaminYCymbrowitzYHeastieYMaiselYPretlowYThieleY
BingYDelMonteYHevesiYMarkeyERQuinnNOTitoneY
BoylandERDenDekkerYHikindERMayersohnYRabbittYTitusY
BoyleYDestitoYHooperYMcDonoughYRaiaYTobaccoY
BrennanYDinowitzYHoytYMcEnenyYRamosYTownsY
BrodskyYDupreyYHyer SpencerYMcKevittYReilichYTownsendY
Brook KrasnyYEnglebrightYJacobsERMengYReillyYWeinsteinY
BurlingYErrigoYJaffeeYMill JMERRive J YWeisenbergY
ButlerYEspaillatERJeffriesERMill MGYRive N YWeprinY
CahillYFarrellYJohnYMillmanYRive PMYWrightY
CalhounYFieldsYJordanYMolinaroYRobinsonYZebrowskiY
CamaraYFinchYKavanaghYMontesanoYRosenthalYMr SpkrY
CanestrariYFitzpatrickYKellnerNOMorelleYRussellY

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S08273 Text:



 
                STATE OF NEW YORK
        ________________________________________________________________________
 
                                          8273
 
                    IN SENATE
 
                                      June 18, 2010
                                       ___________
 
        Introduced  by  Sen.  SAVINO -- read twice and ordered printed, and when
          printed to be committed to the Committee on Rules
 
        AN ACT to amend the public officers law, in relation to the residence of
          peace officers employed as  fire  protection  inspectors,  urban  park
          rangers and traffic enforcement agents level IV by a city with a popu-
          lation over one million
 

          The  People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assem-
        bly, do enact as follows:
 
     1    Section 1. Section 3-b of the public officers law, as amended by chap-
     2  ter 448 of the laws of 1992, is amended to read as follows:
     3    § 3-b. Special peace officers to be citizens. 1. No sheriff of a coun-
     4  ty, mayor of a city, or official, or other persons authorized by law  to
     5  appoint  special  deputy  sheriffs, special constables, marshals, police
     6  officers, or peace officers in this state, to preserve the public  peace
     7  or  quell  public  disturbance,  shall hereafter, at the instance of any
     8  agent, society, association or corporation,  or  otherwise,  appoint  as
     9  such  special  deputy,  special  constable,  marshal, police officer, or
    10  peace officer, any person who shall not  be  a  citizen  of  the  United

    11  States  and  a  resident  of the state of New York, and entitled to vote
    12  therein at the time of his appointment, and a resident of the same coun-
    13  ty as the mayor or sheriff or other official  making  such  appointment;
    14  provided,  however,  that when, in the judgment of a sheriff of a county
    15  except those counties within the city of New  York  a  situation  exists
    16  which requires temporary additional assistance, such sheriff may appoint
    17  special  deputy  sheriffs  who are non-residents of the county but resi-
    18  dents of the state of New York who shall hold office until such time  as
    19  the  appointing  sheriff determines that the situation no longer exists;
    20  and no person shall assume or exercise the functions, powers, duties  or
    21  privileges  incident and belonging to the office of special deputy sher-
    22  iff, special constables, marshal,  police  officer,  or  peace  officer,

    23  without  having  first  received  his  appointment  in  writing from the
    24  authority lawfully appointing him. Nothing  herein  contained,  however,
    25  shall  apply  to  the  appointment  of  a  non-resident, as an emergency
    26  special deputy sheriff, by the sheriff of any county to  act  when  such
 
         EXPLANATION--Matter in italics (underscored) is new; matter in brackets
                              [ ] is old law to be omitted.
                                                                   LBD17597-01-0

        S. 8273                             2
 
     1  sheriff  has  declared  a  state  of  special  emergency pursuant to the
     2  provisions of section two hundred nine-f of the general  municipal  law.
     3  Any  person  otherwise  qualified  who  resides  in either the county of
     4  Nassau or the county of Suffolk may at the instance of a society for the

     5  prevention  of cruelty to animals be appointed as a peace officer by the
     6  appropriate appointing official of either of such counties notwithstand-
     7  ing that such appointee does not  reside  in  the  same  county  as  the
     8  appointing official.
     9    2.  Neither  the provisions of this section or of any general, special
    10  or local law, charter, code, ordinance, resolution, rule or  regulation,
    11  requiring  a  person  to  be  a resident of the political subdivision or
    12  municipal corporation of the state by which he or she is employed, shall
    13  apply to a person employed by a city with a population over one  million
    14  in  the  titles  of fire protection inspector, associate fire protection
    15  inspector, or supervising fire protection inspector, provided that he or

    16  she has completed two years of employment with the city of New York  and
    17  is a resident of New York, Kings, Queens, Bronx, Richmond, Nassau, West-
    18  chester, Suffolk, Orange, Rockland or Putnam county.
    19    3.  Neither  the provisions of this section or of any general, special
    20  or local law, charter, code, ordinance, resolution, rule or  regulation,
    21  requiring  a  person  to  be  a resident of the political subdivision or
    22  municipal corporation of the state by which he or she is employed, shall
    23  apply to a person employed by a city with a population over one  million
    24  in  the  titles  of urban park ranger or traffic enforcement agent level
    25  IV, provided that he or she has completed two years of  employment  with

    26  the  city  of  New  York  and  is a resident of New York, Kings, Queens,
    27  Bronx, Richmond,  Nassau,  Westchester,  Suffolk,  Orange,  Rockland  or
    28  Putnam county.
    29    A violation of the provisions of this section is a misdemeanor.
    30    § 2. This act shall take effect immediately.
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