Police officers who were either fired or forced to resign because of disciplinary reasons may not be able to work as officers in other jurisdictions in the state of New York should a bill announced Saturday become law. “If you have the power and the privilege to enforce the law, you must be held to a higher standard,” New York State Senator Brian Benjamin, who is sponsoring the proposed bill, told CBS News. “That standard has to include making sure that cops know that they can’t just do whatever they want to do.”