2010 New York Code
PEN - Penal
Article 190 - (190.00 - 190.86) OTHER FRAUDS
190.27 - Criminal sale of a police uniform.

§ 190.27 Criminal sale of a police uniform.
    A person is guilty of criminal sale of a police uniform when he or she
  sells  or  offers  for  sale  the  uniform  of any police officer to any
  person, unless presented with a valid photo identification card  showing
  the  purchaser  to  be  a  member  of  the  police  department which has
  authorized  the  requested  uniform  or  an  authorization  to  purchase
  specified uniforms signed by the police chief or the police commissioner
  of   such   police   department   accompanied   by   a   personal  photo
  identification. For purposes of this  section,  "police  officer"  shall
  include  federal law enforcement officers, as defined in section 2.15 of
  the criminal procedure law; and "uniform" shall include all or any  part
  of  the  uniform  which  identifies  the  wearer as a member of a police
  department, such  as  the  uniform,  shield,  badge,  numbers  or  other
  identifying insignias or emblems.
    Criminal sale of a police uniform is a class A misdemeanor.

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