The NYPD has given extra personal security to Deputy Inspector Anthony Bologna, who was caught on multiple videos pepper-spraying protesters around Union Square last weekend, in response to his personal information being released by Anonymous. Bologna, who is now being investigated by the NYPD's Internal Affairs Bureau and by the Civilian Complaint Review Board, has been reportedly receiving death threats and harassing calls at his home. Police are also providing extra security to his family.

Since the incident went viral online, the CCRB has been inundated with calls and e-mails about it—more than 400—to the point that "staffers had to come up with a special system for categorizing and processing them."

Before the CCRB and IAB's investigations can even get off the ground, the NYPD is going to be hearing a lot more about Bologna's actions. The regularly scheduled, and open to the public, 1st Precinct Community Council meeting—which is held on the last Thursday of each month—just happens to be set to occur tonight at 6:30 at the First Precinct at 16 Ericsson Place. Then on Friday, at 4 p.m., a "Protest Against Police Harassment, Brutality & Attacks," sponsored by the Bail Out the People Movement, is scheduled to be held in Zuccotti Park.