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Mar
24
2015
Testimony on Policies to Assist Working Families in New York State

Testimony of the New York Civil Liberties Union before the New York State Senate Committee on Social Services and Committee on Labor, regarding policies to assist working families in New York State. March 24, 2015

Mar
11
2015
Testimony Regarding Criminal Justice Reform

Testimony of the New York Civil Liberties Union presented by Robert Perry, NYCLU Legislative Director, before The Joint Legislative Hearing on the 2015-16 Public Protection Budget March 11, 2015 Good morning. My name is Robert Perry. I am the legislative director of the New York Civil Liberties Union. The NYCLU is a membership organization dedicated to protecting the civil rights and civil liberties of New Yorkers. The organization has eight offices across the state and 50,000 members and supporters.

Mar
3
2015
Testimony on Community Policing and the New York City Police Department

March 3, 2015 The New York Civil Liberties Union respectfully submits the following testimony regarding Community Policing and the New York Police Department (NYPD). INTRODUCTION

Mar
3
2015
Testimony on Requiring an Annual Report Regarding the Health of Inmates in City Correctional Facilities

Testimony of the New York Civil Liberties Union before the New York City Council Committee on Health and Committee on Fire and Criminal Justice Services on INT. 440 (requiring an annual report regarding the health of inmates in city correctional facilities during the previous calendar year) March 3, 2015 The New York Civil Liberties Union respectfully submits the following testimony regarding the City Council’s consideration of Int. 440, which would require annual reporting on the health of inmates in city correctional facilities.

Feb
26
2015
Testimony Regarding the 2015-16 Public Protection Budget

Testimony of the New York Civil Liberties Union presented by Corey Stoughton, Senior Staff Attorney & Upstate Litigation Coordinator, before the Joint Legislative Hearing on the 2015-16 Public Protection Budget February 26, 2015

Jan
29
2015
Testimony Regarding the Risks of Police Body-Worn Cameras

Written testimony of the New York Civil Liberties Union given by Johanna E. Miller, Advocacy Director. Submitted to the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing, Listening Session on Technology and Social Media at the University of Cincinnati Tangeman University Center Great Hall on January 31, 2015.

Jan
21
2015
Testimony Regarding Proposed Resolution Calling on the U. S. Congress to Pass the Women’s Health Protection Act

Testimony of Katharine Bodde on behalf of the New York Civil Liberties Union before the New York City Council Committee on Women’s Issues regarding Proposed Resolution Calling on the United States Congress to pass the Women’s Health Protection Act

Jan
12
2015
Testimony Regarding Proposed Rulemaking Implementing Local Law 17’s Disclosure Requirements for Pregnancy Services Centers

Testimony of Katharine Bodde on behalf of the New York Civil Liberties Union before The New York City Department of Consumer Affairs Regarding the Proposed Rulemaking implementing Local Law 17’s disclosure requirements for Pregnancy Services Centers

Jan
8
2015
Testimony in Support of a Resolution Regarding Competent Minors’ Ability to Consent to HPV Vaccination

Testimony of the New York Civil Liberties Union before The New York City Council Committee on Health and the Committee on Women’s Issues in support of a resolution regarding competent minors’ ability to consent to HPV vaccination

Dec
19
2014
Testimony Regarding Proposed Rule to Establish "Enhanced Supervision Housing"

The New York Civil Liberties Union1 respectfully submits the following testimony regarding the proposed rule for enhanced supervision housing. The Department of Correction faces a daunting task in attempting to address violence in its facilities, while at the same time trying to move away from deeply ingrained and highly ineffective punitive approaches and toward more humane and successful evidence-based practices.

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