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Meeting Name: Committee on Public Safety Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 3/25/2021 10:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: REMOTE HEARING (VIRTUAL ROOM 1)
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Int 1671-2019 *Adrienne E. Adams Proposed Int. No. 1671-ARequiring the police department to report on traffic encounters.IntroductionThis bill would require the New York City Police Department to issue a quarterly report on all vehicles stops. The report would include the number of summonses issued, arrests made, vehicles seized, related use of force incidents, and vehicles searched and whether consent was provided. This information would be disaggregated by precinct, race/ethnicity, and age of the driver.Hearing Held by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 1671-2019 *Adrienne E. Adams  Requiring the police department to report on traffic encounters.IntroductionThis bill would require the New York City Police Department to issue a quarterly report on all vehicles stops. The report would include the number of summonses issued, arrests made, vehicles seized, related use of force incidents, and vehicles searched and whether consent was provided. This information would be disaggregated by precinct, race/ethnicity, and age of the driver.Amendment Proposed by Comm  Action details Not available
Int 1671-2019 *Adrienne E. Adams  Requiring the police department to report on traffic encounters.IntroductionThis bill would require the New York City Police Department to issue a quarterly report on all vehicles stops. The report would include the number of summonses issued, arrests made, vehicles seized, related use of force incidents, and vehicles searched and whether consent was provided. This information would be disaggregated by precinct, race/ethnicity, and age of the driver.Amended by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 1671-2019 AAdrienne E. Adams  Requiring the police department to report on traffic encounters.IntroductionThis bill would require the New York City Police Department to issue a quarterly report on all vehicles stops. The report would include the number of summonses issued, arrests made, vehicles seized, related use of force incidents, and vehicles searched and whether consent was provided. This information would be disaggregated by precinct, race/ethnicity, and age of the driver.Approved by CommitteePass Action details Not available
Int 2220-2021 *Stephen T. Levin Proposed Int. No. 2220-ACreating a right of security against unreasonable search and seizure, and against excessive force regardless of whether such force is used in connection with a search or seizure, that is enforceable by civil action and requiring the law department to postIntroductionThe bill would establish a local right of security against unreasonable search and seizure and against excessive force regardless of whether such force is used in connection with a search or seizure. If an NYPD employee, or a person appointed by the Police Commissioner as a special patrolman, allegedly deprives a person of this right, the person would be able to bring a civil action against the employee or appointee, as well as against the employee or appointee’s employer, within three years after deprivation of the right. The employee or appointee (or their employer) would not be allowed qualified immunity, or any substantially equivalent immunity, as a defense. The Law Department would be required to post details of these kinds of civil actions online.Hearing Held by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 2220-2021 *Stephen T. Levin  Creating a right of security against unreasonable search and seizure, and against excessive force regardless of whether such force is used in connection with a search or seizure, that is enforceable by civil action and requiring the law department to postIntroductionThe bill would establish a local right of security against unreasonable search and seizure and against excessive force regardless of whether such force is used in connection with a search or seizure. If an NYPD employee, or a person appointed by the Police Commissioner as a special patrolman, allegedly deprives a person of this right, the person would be able to bring a civil action against the employee or appointee, as well as against the employee or appointee’s employer, within three years after deprivation of the right. The employee or appointee (or their employer) would not be allowed qualified immunity, or any substantially equivalent immunity, as a defense. The Law Department would be required to post details of these kinds of civil actions online.Amendment Proposed by Comm  Action details Not available
Int 2220-2021 *Stephen T. Levin  Creating a right of security against unreasonable search and seizure, and against excessive force regardless of whether such force is used in connection with a search or seizure, that is enforceable by civil action and requiring the law department to postIntroductionThe bill would establish a local right of security against unreasonable search and seizure and against excessive force regardless of whether such force is used in connection with a search or seizure. If an NYPD employee, or a person appointed by the Police Commissioner as a special patrolman, allegedly deprives a person of this right, the person would be able to bring a civil action against the employee or appointee, as well as against the employee or appointee’s employer, within three years after deprivation of the right. The employee or appointee (or their employer) would not be allowed qualified immunity, or any substantially equivalent immunity, as a defense. The Law Department would be required to post details of these kinds of civil actions online.Amended by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 2220-2021 AStephen T. Levin  Creating a right of security against unreasonable search and seizure, and against excessive force regardless of whether such force is used in connection with a search or seizure, that is enforceable by civil action and requiring the law department to postIntroductionThe bill would establish a local right of security against unreasonable search and seizure and against excessive force regardless of whether such force is used in connection with a search or seizure. If an NYPD employee, or a person appointed by the Police Commissioner as a special patrolman, allegedly deprives a person of this right, the person would be able to bring a civil action against the employee or appointee, as well as against the employee or appointee’s employer, within three years after deprivation of the right. The employee or appointee (or their employer) would not be allowed qualified immunity, or any substantially equivalent immunity, as a defense. The Law Department would be required to post details of these kinds of civil actions online.Approved by CommitteePass Action details Not available
Res 1538-2021 *Laurie A. Cumbo Proposed Res. No. 1538-ARemove the NYC Police Commissioner’s exclusive authority over police discipline. (S5252/A6012)Resolution Hearing Held by Committee  Action details Not available
Res 1538-2021 *Laurie A. Cumbo  Remove the NYC Police Commissioner’s exclusive authority over police discipline. (S5252/A6012)Resolution Amendment Proposed by Comm  Action details Not available
Res 1538-2021 *Laurie A. Cumbo  Remove the NYC Police Commissioner’s exclusive authority over police discipline. (S5252/A6012)Resolution Amended by Committee  Action details Not available
Res 1538-2021 ALaurie A. Cumbo  Remove the NYC Police Commissioner’s exclusive authority over police discipline. (S5252/A6012)Resolution Approved by CommitteePass Action details Not available
Res 1547-2021 *Francisco P. Moya  Require NYPD officers to live within the five boroughs of NYC. (S2984/A1951)Resolution Hearing Held by Committee  Action details Not available
Res 1547-2021 *Francisco P. Moya  Require NYPD officers to live within the five boroughs of NYC. (S2984/A1951)Resolution Approved by CommitteePass Action details Not available
Res 1584-2021 *By the Committee on Public Safety PreconsideredAdopting a plan pursuant to State Executive Order Number 203.Resolution Hearing on P-C Item by Comm  Action details Not available
Res 1584-2021 *By the Committee on Public Safety  Adopting a plan pursuant to State Executive Order Number 203.Resolution P-C Item Approved by CommPass Action details Not available