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File #: Int 0330-2014    Version: * Name: NYPD to provide certain security measures for nonpublic schools.
Type: Introduction Status: Filed (End of Session)
Committee: Committee on Education
On agenda: 5/14/2014
Enactment date: Law number:
Title: A Local Law to amend the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to, requiring the New York city police department to provide certain security measures for nonpublic schools.
Sponsors: Peter A. Koo, Chaim M. Deutsch, Rory I. Lancman
Council Member Sponsors: 3
Int. No. 330
 
By Council Members Koo, Deutsch and Lancman
 
 
A Local Law to amend the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to, requiring the New York city police department to provide certain security measures for nonpublic schools.
 
 
Be it enacted by the Council as follows:
 
      Section 1.  Chapter one of title 14 of the administrative code of the city of New York is amended by adding a new section 14-118.3 to read as follows:
§14-118.3.  Provision of security services to nonpublic schools.
a. Definitions.  For the purposes of this section, "nonpublic school" shall mean any nonprofit elementary or secondary school in the city of New York, other than a public school, which is providing instruction in accordance with the education law of the state of New York.
b. The New York city police department shall, upon request of the authorities of a nonpublic school, provide children who attend such school with any or all of the security services which are made available by the department of education to or for children attending the department's public schools.  Such security measures may include, but are not limited to, an assessment of the security needs of the nonpublic school, placement of school safety officers at the nonpublic school and the use of video cameras or metal detectors.  The Department shall have discretion with regard to whether school safety officers are deployed.
      §2. This local law shall take effect 120 days after its enactment into law.
 
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