2019 New York Laws
EXC - Executive
Article 11 - Division of State Police
216-C - Holiday Compensation.

Universal Citation: NY Exec L § 216-C (2019)

§ 216-c. Holiday compensation. 1. Notwithstanding the provisions of section one hundred thirty-five of the civil service law, members of the division of state police, other than troopers attending the state police academy for basic training, the division physician, assistant division physicians, inspectors, deputy chief inspectors, confidential assistant to the superintendent, the assistant deputy superintendents, the chief inspector, the counsel, first assistant counsel, assistant counsels, deputy superintendents, first deputy superintendent, state police director of personnel, assistant director of personnel-state police and the state police director of scientific laboratory shall effective April first, nineteen hundred eighty-five for members in the collective negotiating unit consisting of commissioned and non-commissioned officers in the division of state police and effective June thirteenth, nineteen hundred eighty-five for such other members receive annual holiday compensation in an amount to be computed for each member by dividing his annual basic salary by one thousand nine hundred ninety-two hours to obtain an hourly rate of pay and multiplying such hourly rate by fifty-two and four-tenths hours, adjusted to the next higher whole dollar amount. Such compensation shall be in lieu of any other premium which may be paid for work on a legal holiday and shall be included in and be a part of the member's annual basic salary and on and after April first nineteen hundred eighty-five for members in the collective negotiating unit consisting of commissioned and non-commissioned officers in the division of state police established pursuant to article fourteen of the civil service law and on and after June thirteenth, nineteen hundred eighty-five for such other members is included in the annual basic salary schedules applicable to such members pursuant to this article.

* 2. In addition to the compensation provided in subdivision one of this section, members of the collective negotiating unit consisting of investigators, senior investigators and investigative specialists in the division of state police, on the payroll on November first of each year, shall continue to receive holiday compensation, effective April first, two thousand ten, in the amount of fifteen hundred thirty-six dollars. Effective April first, two thousand fourteen, such amount shall be increased to fifteen hundred sixty-seven dollars. Effective April first, two thousand fifteen, such amount shall be increased to fifteen hundred ninety-eight dollars. Effective April first, two thousand sixteen, such amount shall be increased to sixteen hundred twenty-two dollars. Effective April first, two thousand seventeen, such amount shall be increased to sixteen hundred forty-six dollars. Such payments shall be in addition to, and shall not be part of, the member's annual basic salary, except for the purpose of retirement, and shall be made in a separate check during the payroll period which includes December first each year.

* NB Effective until certain conditions are met as set forth in chapter 337 of 2019 Part A § 25

* 2. In addition to the compensation provided in subdivision one of this section, members of the collective negotiating unit consisting of investigators, senior investigators and investigative specialists in the division of state police, on the payroll on November first of each year, shall receive holiday compensation as follows:

April 1, 2018 $1,646

April 1, 2019 $1,679

April 1, 2020 $1,713

April 1, 2021 $1,747

April 1, 2022 $1,782 Such payments shall be in addition to, and shall not be part of, the member's annual basic salary, except for the purpose of retirement, and shall be made in a separate check during the payroll period which includes December first each year.

* NB Effective upon certain conditions being met as set forth in chapter 337 of 2019 Part A § 25


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