2012 New York Consolidated Laws
SOS - Social Services
Article 6 - CHILDREN
443 - Advisory committee.

NY Soc Serv L § 443 (2012) What's This?
    §  443.   Advisory committee.   1.  The department shall establish and
  meet regularly with an  advisory  committee  of  not  more  than  twenty
  members  to  consider policy and planning issues relating to the service
  and to assist in the design,  development,  establishment  and  on-going
  operation  of  the  service,  including  assisting  in the resolution of
  issues  concerning  the   safeguarding   of   the   confidentiality   of
  information.    The  advisory  committee  may  in  its discretion submit
  reports to the governor and the legislature.
    2.  The advisory committee shall be appointed by the commissioner, who
  shall appoint one of the committee's members to be its  chairman.    The
  members   of  the  committee  shall  be  appointed  from  the  following
  categories, one or more from each category:
    (a) designees of the commissioner;
    (b)  designees of the administrative judge of the state of New York;
    (c) designees of the director of the division of the budget;
    (d)  commissioners  of  local  social  services  districts  or   their
    (e) representatives of voluntary child care agencies;
    (f)  persons  active  in  organizations  involved in the protection of
  civil liberties;
    (g)  persons  active  in  organizations  involved  in  promoting   the
  interests of children.

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