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Agency Web Site: http://www.troopers.ny.gov/
The primary mission of the Division of State Police is to protect the citizens of the State, prevent and detect crime and other violations of law and promote highway safety. The Division’s many responsibilities include patrolling roads and highways outside major urban areas, providing specialty and investigative police services, conducting sophisticated investigations of criminal activities such as drug trafficking and child endangerment, and working cooperatively with various levels of law enforcement throughout the State.
The Executive Budget recommends $690 million in All Funds for the Division ($601 million in the General Fund; $7 million in Special Revenue Funds - Federal; $67 million in Special Revenue Funds - Other; and $16 million in Capital Funds), a decrease of $3.1 million from the prior year. This change reflects an increase of $5.8 million in State Operations, offset by a $9 million decrease in new Capital Projects Appropriations.
The Executive Budget recommends a workforce of 5,439 FTEs for the Division. This reflects an increase of 20 FTEs from SFY 2013-14.
|Criminal Investigation Activities|
|Special Revenue Funds - Other||49||49||0|
|Governor's Traffic Safety Committee|
|Special Revenue Funds - Other||4||4||0|
|Special Revenue Funds - Other||25||25||0|
|Technical Police Services|
Note: Most recent estimates as of 01/20/2014