NYS Executive Order 203

Nassau County Compliance with New York State Executive Order 203


Nassau County is committed to gathering input from Nassau residents regarding ways to strengthen Nassau’s community policing model. Governor Andrew Cuomo’s 'New York State Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative' Executive Order 203 requires the Nassau County Legislature to approve a plan filed by the County Executive no later than April 1, 2021 in order maintain the County’s eligibility for future state funding.

County Executive Curran is calling for community input through three forums: Police and Community Trust (PACT), the Commissioner’s Community Council meetings, and virtual town hall meetings. This website has been made available for residents to learn more about the Governor’s Executive Order and to submit comments for consideration by PACT. 


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PACT
The Nassau County Police and Community Trust (PACT) is an initiative announced by County Executive Curran aimed at building trust, transparency, and a constructive dialogue in Nassau about policing. PACT brings together law enforcement, protest organizers, and community stakeholders to provide a forum to engage in frank conversations about policing strategies and issues of concern for residents. More info is available here.

In addition to PACT and CCC, County Executive Curran will host virtual Town Hall meetings this fall to gather public input regarding the Governor’s Executive Order. The first virtual town hall will take place on October 14th at 6:00pm on the County Executive’s Facebook Page. Questions or comments can be asked live during the Town Hall or sent in advance to EO203@NassauCountyNY.gov. The Virtual Town Hall Schedule to date is:  October 14th and October 21st  at 6:00PM; October 28th at 6:30PM

Residents with questions or concerns about the County’s compliance with Executive Order 203 CAN EMAIL EO203@NassauCountyNY.Gov