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Councilwoman Cathy Magarelli said the law could, if enacted, could wind up adding insult to injury because the only time it only would enforced is if there is an incident.

“If someone is in a horrible situation where they did not keep their guns locked up and there is an accident, they’re going to be called in by police and there’s going to be all sorts of stuff happening,” she said.

Your supervisor may assist you in making the report (for example, sit with you for support if you are uncomfortable in the process) as long as they do not interfere in any way with the making of the report.

Afterward, you should inform your supervisor (or whoever is designated at your place of employment) about the report. You do not have to investigate or be certain of the abuse, or even know the name of the person who is suspected of abusing a child.

NEW YORK — All police questioning in major crimes must be recorded on video during the entire time that a suspect is in custody, under a law approved Monday by legislators in New York, according to an official with the Innocence Project.

The Innocence Project, which has won the releases of hundreds of innocent prisoners worldwide, backed the bill along with the Central Park Five, whose case is still one of the most explosive in New York City history.

The Central Park Five had called on New York to mandate the recording of police interrogations in the hopes that such a law will help to prevent wrongful convictions like theirs.The recent amendments to CPSL allows mandated reporters to make a written report online.If you make an oral report to Child Line you must follow-up with a written report, which may be submitted electronically, within 48 hours.“All over the country, there are stories about people who have broken in and stolen weapons that are available because they’re not locked up.” Wenk said he has tried the locks on his own BB gun and found they can be unlocked quickly if needed in an emergency.Town Supervisor Bill Mc Kenna said he is reluctant to ask the town attorney to draft a law because the town has mounted legal expenses related to other issues.Using a cross-sectional study design, the authors conducted unobtrusive observations at bicycle racks at public elementary schools statewide.

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