2006 New York Code - Laws: General Municipal : (200 - 209-y) Firemen And PolicemenArticle 10 - FIREMEN AND POLICEMEN
200 - Defining qualifications of exempt volunteer firemen.
200-A - Volunteer firemen serving in more than one fire company or fire department.
200-B - Leaves of absence for volunteer firemen entering the armed forces of the United States prior to July first, nineteen hundred sixty-six.
200-C - Leaves of absence for volunteer firemen entering the armed forces of the United States on or after July first, nineteen hundred sixty-six.
201 - Rights and privileges of exempt volunteer firemen.
202 - Certificate to be issued to exempt volunteer firemen.
202-A - Recording certificates of exempt volunteer firemen.
203 - List of exempt volunteer firemen to be filed.
204 - Qualifications necessary to entitle to certain exemptions.
204-A - Raising of funds for fire company purposes.
204-B - Youth programs.
204-C - Plan for arson investigation.
204-D - Duties of the fire chief.
204-E - Unauthorized destruction of property.
204-F - Plan for hazardous materials incidents response.
205 - Payments to injured or representatives of deceased volunteer firemen.
205-A - Additional right of action to certain injured or representatives of certain deceased firefighters.
205-B - Relief of volunteer firefighters engaged in the performance of duty as such firefighters from civil liability and liability of fire districts for the
205-C - Payments pending controversies where volunteer firemen are killed or injured.
205-D - Relief from civil liability for acts or omissions by fire wardens in the city of New York.
205-E - Right of action to certain injured or representatives of certain deceased police officers.
205-F - Removal of civil liability barriers.
206 - Certificate to policemen and firemen; free transportation; use of telegraph lines and telephones.
206-A - Penalty for improper use of certificates.
206-B - Exemption of benefits payable under blanket accident insurance covering volunteer firemen.
207 - Hospitalization of members of fire departments in certain cities.
207-A - Payment of salary, medical and hospital expenses of firemen with injuries or illness incurred in performance of duties.
207-B - Additional retirement benefits for certain firemen in cities.
207-C - Payment of salary, wages, medical and hospital expenses of policemen with injuries or illness incurred in the performance of duties.
207-D - Additional retirement benefits for certain policemen in cities and certain villages.
207-E - Minimum retirement benefits for policemen in cities and who are members of police pension or retirement systems maintained by such cities.
207-E*2 - Minimum retirement benefits for firemen in cities and who are members of fire department pension or retirement systems maintained by such cities.
207-F - Ordinary death benefits of members of fire department systems of cities.
207-G - Ordinary death benefits of members of police retirement systems.
207-H - Death benefits of members of certain fire department pension or retirement systems of cities.
207-H*2 - Death benefits of members of certain police pension systems.
207-I - Temporary supplemental retirement allowances for certain policemen.
207-I*2 - Supplemental retirement allowances of retired firemen of cities.
207-II - Payment of supplemental retirement allowances of retired policemen and firemen of certain cities.
207-J - Supplemental pension allowances of certain retired teachers of cities.
207-K - Disabilities of policemen and firemen in certain cities.
Expiration Date: 07/01/1973
207-K*2 - Disabilities of policemen and firemen in certain cities.
Expiration Date: 07/01/1995
207-KK - Disabilities of firefighters in certain cities caused by cancer.
207-L - Temporary supplemental retirement allowances for certain policemen in towns and villages.
207-M - Salary increases for heads of police departments of municipalities, districts or authorities.
207-N - Performance of duty disability retirement.
207-O - Performance of duty disability retirement.
207-O*2 - Disabilities of members of the uniformed force of correction departments in certain cities.
Expiration Date: 07/01/1995
207-P - Performance of duty disability retirement; police and fire department.
207-Q - Firefighters; presumption in certain diseases.
Expiration Date: 07/01/2006
207-Q*2 - Disabilities of emergency medical technicians or advanced emergency medical technicians in certain cities.
207-R - Disabilities of members of the uniformed force of sanitation departments.
Repeal Date: 07/01/2006
208 - Members of police force to have one day rest in seven.
208-A - School guards.
208-B - Death benefits for beneficiaries of certain policemen and firemen.
208-C - Death benefits for dependent fathers or dependent mothers of certain policemen and firemen.
208-D - Extra work by members of certain police forces.
208-D*2 - Compensation during disability.
208-D*3 - Extra work by members of a police force in cities.
208-E - Extra work by members of certain police forces.
208-F - Special accidental death benefit.
208-G - Community activity by members of a police force.
209 - Outside service by local fire departments, companies, ambulance districts and airport crash-fire-rescue units.
209-A - Relations with other states and the dominion of Canada.
209-AA - Paid leave for disaster service volunteers.
209-AA*2 - Appointment of private college campus security officers at independent non-profit colleges.
209-B - Emergency rescue and first aid squads.
209-BB - Specialized teams.
209-C - Fire police squads of fire departments and fire companies.
209-CC - Notification of presence of wild animals and dangerous dogs.
209-D - Contracts for outside service by volunteer fire departments and companies.
209-DD - Discovery of unlawful drug laboratory.
209-E - Fire mobilization and mutual aid plan.
209-F - Outside service by local police forces; mobilization by governor; powers of sheriffs.
209-G - Liability for outside aid.
209-I - Emergency service by volunteer firemen.
209-J - Mutual aid programs in counties.
209-L - Removal of volunteer officers and volunteer members of fire departments.
209-M - Outside service by local police; civil disturbance control.
209-P - Relay of fire and emergency calls.
209-Q - Permanent appointment of police officers; completion of training program.
209-R - Police protection.
209-S - Contracts between municipalities and fire districts for joint fire training centers.
209-T - Contracts for joint fire alarm systems.
209-U - Notification of presence of hazardous materials.
209-V - Employment of retired persons as special patrolmen for publicly owned property.
209-W - Permanent appointment of fire fighters; completion of training program.
209-X - Training of certain paid city firemen promoted to a first-line supervisory position.
209-Y - Establishment of hazardous materials emergency response teams.
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