N.Y. Correction Law Section 149
Released incarcerated individuals

  • notification to sheriff, police, and district attorney

In the case of any incarcerated individual convicted of a felony, it shall be the duty of the department at least forty-eight hours prior to the release of any such incarcerated individual from a correctional facility to notify the chief of police both of the city, town or village in which such incarcerated individual proposes to reside and of the city, town or village in which such incarcerated individual resided at the time of his or her conviction and the district attorney of the county where the offense for which the incarcerated individual is incarcerated was prosecuted, of the contemplated release of such incarcerated individual, informing such chief of police and the district attorney of the name and aliases of the incarcerated individual, the address at which he or she proposes to reside, the amount of time remaining to be served, if any, on the full term for which he or she was sentenced, and the nature of the crime for which he or she was sentenced, transmitting at the same time to the chief of police a copy of such incarcerated individual’s fingerprints and photograph. Where such incarcerated individual proposes to reside outside of a city, such notification shall be sent to the sheriff of the county in which such incarcerated individual proposes to reside. Such notification may be provided by electronic transmission to those willing jurisdictions that have the capability of receiving electronic transmission notification. Any chief of police or sheriff who receives notification of a released incarcerated individual pursuant to this section may request and receive from the division of criminal justice services a report containing a summary of such incarcerated individual’s criminal record.

Source: Section 149 — Released incarcerated individuals; notification to sheriff, police, and district attorney, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/COR/149 (updated Aug. 13, 2021; accessed Jun. 22, 2024).

112
Powers and duties of commissioner relating to correctional facilities and community supervision
113
Absence of incarcerated individual for funeral and deathbed visits authorized
114
Rehabilitation programs for women
115
Fiscal accounts and records
116
incarcerated individuals’ funds
117
Estimates of expenses
118
Custody and supervision of persons in Westchester county correctional facilities
119
Daily report concerning incarcerated individuals
120
Custody and supervision of persons in correctional facilities
121
Private ownership or operation of correctional facilities
122
Control of fiscal transactions and recovery of debts
125
Incarcerated individuals’ money, clothing and other property
126
Punishment of superintendent for neglect of duty
130
Custody of incarcerated individual sentenced to death and commuted by governor
132
Retaking of an escaped incarcerated individual
133
Superintendent to report concerning incarcerated individual believed mentally ill when crime was committed
134
Religious dietary requirements
136
Correctional education
137
Program of treatment, control, discipline at correctional facilities
138
Institutional rules and regulations for incarcerated individuals at all correctional facilities
138‑A
Notification of visitation policies
139
Grievance procedures
140
Provision for routine medical, dental and mental health services and treatment
141
Contagious disease in facility
142
Fire in facility
143
Custody of persons convicted of crimes against the United States
146
Persons authorized to visit correctional facilities
147
Noncitizen incarcerated individuals of correctional facilities
148
Psychiatric and diagnostic clinics
149
Released incarcerated individuals

Accessed:
Jun. 22, 2024

Last modified:
Aug. 13, 2021

§ 149’s source at nysenate​.gov

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