Police Commissioner Bill Bratton says he's against several pieces of legislation that would add more regulations to the NYPD.
One of the more controversial bills is called the Right to Know Act. It would require police officers to hand out a business card and identify themselves when they stop someone on the street.
The other part of the legislation would require written consent from someone before they're searched if there's no probable cause.
Another bill would make it a misdemeanor to use a chokehold during an arrest.
"Collectively, without being adequately explained to our officers, it could be seen as too much, too soon," Bratton said.
Some City Council members were not happy that Bratton is opposing all of the bills.
"This 0-for-9, how clear a statement you're making that legislation and our input in regards to what we think is effective, meaningful change for community and police relations is not something that you guys necessarily want to hear," said City Councilman Antonio Reynoso of Brooklyn.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito have also come out against the legislation.
Neither has a veto-proof majority.