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Broome County Plan for Urban Core Police Consolidation June 2006. Current Police Agencies in Broome County. Non-Urban Core New York State Police Broome County Sheriff Road Patrol Deposit Police Urban Core City of Binghamton Police Johnson City Police Vestal Police Endicott Police

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Current Police Agencies in Broome County

  • Non-Urban Core

    • New York State Police

    • Broome County Sheriff Road Patrol

    • Deposit Police

  • Urban Core

    • City of Binghamton Police

    • Johnson City Police

    • Vestal Police

    • Endicott Police

    • Port Dickinson Police

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Possible Combinations

  • Fold into the State Police

  • Metropolitan agencies combine with BC Sheriff’s Road Patrol

  • Create a new Broome County Metro Police (separate from NYS Troopers and BC Road Patrol) which reports to the County Executive or the Sheriff

  • Johnson City, Endicott and\or Vestal police consolidate

  • Binghamton and Port Dickinson police consolidate

  • Any combination of Binghamton, , Johnson City, Endicott, Vestal and/or Port Dickinson

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Preferred Option

  • Metro Police Consolidated and reporting to the Undersheriff (new Civil Service requirements equal to a Police Chief ) and the Sheriff

  • The Undersheriff and the Sheriff will have parity with (§207M) municipal police chief’s salary and benefits.

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Attrition Through Retirement12.5% of the Officers eligible to retire are likely to retire

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Possible Metro Staff Titles 2011 (achieved through attrition retirement)

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  • The County of Broome will enter into a five year inter-municipal agreement with any or all local governments:

    • Binghamton

    • Johnson City

    • Endicott

    • Vestal

    • Port Dickinson

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Proposal Continued

  • Police services will be provided to each government for five years: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 for a chargeback of the estimated 2007 budgets for each municipality’s police budget. Service will be provided by a new division of the Sheriff’s Department. Headed by an Under Sheriff (new Civil Service requirements equivalent to a Chief).

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Proposal Continued

  • Staff that retire during the 5 year agreement will not be replaced until the targeted 15% reduction is achieved through attrition.

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Proposal Continued

  • Retiree benefits for individuals who retire before inter-municipal agreements are approved by the Legislature and the appropriate local legislative body will remain the responsibility of the respective local governments.

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Proposal Continued

  • §207C benefits from incidents pre-executed inter-municipal agreement will remain the responsibility of the respective municipality. §207C benefits established from incidents post-inter-municipal agreement will be the responsibility of Broome County.

  • All bargaining unit agreements will be honored for current police personnel.

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Proposal Continued

  • New employees of the Metropolitan Police Force will be represented by a new Police Benevolent Association separate from the Road Patrol Deputy organization.

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Proposal Continued

  • Bargaining units may consolidate under regulations set forth by the Taylor Law

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Benefits to the Taxpayer

  • Cost reductions for police services of 15% over a 5 year period.

  • The number of police officers on the street in the Urban Core of Broome County will remain the same

  • 15% reduction of staff through attrition in the middle and upper management positions.

  • Rural areas will continue to receive the same Sheriff’s Road Patrol and State Police service with cost not affected by the Broome County Metropolitan Police