The State of Police Oversight in New York

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The State of Police Oversight in New York

Description

The Government Law Center at Albany Law School hosted the first program of the 2024 Warren Anderson Legislative Series, “The State of Police Oversight in New York,” on Tuesday, February 13.

Panelists discussed critical issues in police oversight at the state and local level, including authority of civilian oversight boards, disclosure of disciplinary records after the repeal of § 50-a, independent investigations into alleged police misconduct, and tensions between state and local laws. Panelists also discussed the implications of recent court decisions and potential statutory reforms.

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Creator

Government Law Center at Albany Law School

Date

February 13, 2024

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Event Type

Webinar

Participants

The panel was moderated by Barbara Graves-Poller, Esq. – Corporation Counsel for the City of Kingston, NY

Panelists included:
• Nairobi Vives, Esq. ’12 – Chair, Albany Community Police Review Board, City of Albany, NY
• Tyler Nims, Esq. – Chief, Law Enforcement Misconduct Investigative Office, Office of the New York State Attorney General
• Michael Sisitzky, Esq. – Assistant Policy Director, New York Civil Liberties Union

Duration

00:58:53

Files

03 Police Oversight in NYS Program Materials.pdf

Citation

Government Law Center at Albany Law School, “The State of Police Oversight in New York,” Government Law Center at Albany Law School , accessed July 22, 2024, https://governmentlawcenter.omeka.net/items/show/571.