9 CRR-NY 6056.4NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 9. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
SUBTITLE U. DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES
CHAPTER II. IDENTIFICATION AND INFORMATIONAL SERVICES
PART 6056. CENTRAL STATE REGISTRY OF POLICE OFFICERS AND PEACE OFFICERS
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6056.4 Employer reporting requirements.
(a) Each employer shall, in the form set forth in section 6056.5 of this Part, with respect to each police or peace officer employed by it, submit or cause to be submitted the following:
(1) name;
(2) social security number;
(3) date of birth;
(4) rank or title;
(5) official station;
(6) whether employed full-time or part-time; and
(7) date of appointment or employment.
Employers shall inform police or peace officer employees that disclosure of an employee's social security number is for identification purposes only and is voluntary on the employee's part. A post-office box number shall not be accepted as an employee’s permanent residence or domicile.
(b) The commissioner may require any employer to report the following additional information in such form as he may prescribe:
(1) a certified copy of its articles of incorporation and bylaws relating to the authority and procedure for the employment, election, appointment and removal of officers, agents and employees having police or peace officer status;
(2) minutes of meetings or proceedings concerning appointment and removal of police or peace officers; and
(3) the street address of its principal place of business or official station and its telephone number.
(c) Each employer shall, in the form set forth in section 6056.5 of this Part, with respect to each police or peace officer employed by it, immediately notify the division when such officer ceases to serve and the reason for such, which shall include one of the following:
(1) leave of absence;
(2) resignation;
(3) removal;
(4) removal for cause as defined in section 6056.2(g) of this Part;
(5) removal during a probationary period as defined in section 6056.2(h) of this Part;
(6) paragraphs (1), (2) and (3) of this subdivision constitute an interruption in service pursuant to General Municipal Law 209-(q)(1)(c) and Criminal Procedure Law 2.30(6).
(d) A certificate of completion attesting to the fulfillment of the training requirements for police officers set forth in section 209-q(1) of the General Municipal Law and a certificate of completion attesting to the fulfillment of the training requirements for peace officers set forth in Criminal Procedure Law 2.30 shall immediately be deemed invalid when an officer ceases to serve pursuant to paragraph (c)(4) or (5) of this section, as authorized by General Municipal Law section 209-q(1)(c) and Criminal Procedure Law 2.30(6).
(e) Upon inquiry from an employer, the division shall notify the employer of the reason a police or peace officer ceased to be previously employed as reported pursuant to subdivision (c) of this section.
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Current through April 15, 2018
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