A Bronx politician is pulling for a registry that would lane criminals many as a state’s sex delinquent registry marks offenders.
Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr., done a idea in his State of a Borough residence yesterday.
“Law-abiding adults ought to know who among us is obliged for gun violence,” Diaz said.
He due an online registry featuring criminals convicted of crimes involving a gun. They would have to refurbish a military about where they live and work and stay on a registry for 10 years.
Criminals would also need to get their sketch taken each 3 years during a military agency.
Failure to do any of these would be a transgression underneath his proposal.
Diaz pronounced he would run state legislators starting this month to build a legislation.
He joins other New York politicians who have pushed for stiffer gun policies.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg has been an assertive disciple for removing bootleg guns of a streets.
In his State of a City this month, he urged people to hit their Congressional member to pull for gun legislation. He credited aggressive bootleg guns with shortening crimes.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo also pushed for gun legislation that closes loopholes in New York’s state laws, already among some of a many difficult in a nation.