New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Friday signed police reform legislation today that’s considered among the most aggressive proposals since the national uproar over the police killing of George Floyd. The legislative package outlaws police use of chokeholds, requires all state police officers to wear body cameras, and permits the release of disciplinary records for police officers, firefighters and corrections officers to be released without their written consent.
New York Gov. Cuomo signs aggressive Police Reform Package.