Bradley Earns Law Enforcement Endorsements

Citing his strong support for law enforcement, Assemblyman Adam Bradley has received the endorsement of the Affiliated Police Associations of Westchester County; the Police Conference of New York; the Law Enforcement Officers Union, Council 82; Bridge and Tunnel Officers Benevolent Association; Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority Superior Officers Benevolent Association; the Westchester County Correction Officers Benevolent Association; Westchester County Correction Superior Officers Association; and the Westchester Hispanic Law Enforcement Association.

“These brave men and women work to keep our families safe in a dangerous world. I’m proud to stand with them and together we will continue protecting the safety and security for all Westchester County,” said Bradley.

Bradley has built a strong record of supporting public safety measures, including:

• a tough anti-terrorism law that increases penalties for money laundering and helps increase security at public and private airports; (Chapter 1 laws of 2004)
• authoring a bill to strengthen the Sex Offender Registration Act (A.11599)
• passing a law that improves the Amber Alert Plan by allowing information about a missing child to be transmitted through e-mail, electronic organizers or mobile phones by service providers who voluntarily agree to send messages

“As a new father, there’s nothing more comforting than knowing someone is there, protecting us. In the Assembly, I will continue working to ensure our state provides the vital resources necessary for protecting our families,” Bradley concluded.