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The CCRB faces a statute of limitations deadline of May 4th for civilian complaints over the NYPD’s response to the 2020 protests in New York City. Staff members say it’s struggled to fully investigate allegations, both because of a lack of cooperation from the police department and mistakes made within the oversight agency.
Social justice, Black Lives Matter advocates question whether Democrats know any other tools for crimefighting
The state Attorney General’s Office said there were 1,871 incidents last year
Protesters chanted “This is what community looks like!” and “We stand with Kenosha.”
"The extraordinary show of force used against Mr. Ingram shows that the siege was retaliation — plain and simple.”
There are multiple actions, protests and rallies planned around the city today.
Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer who knelt on George Floyd’s neck for more than nine minutes, igniting one the largest civil rights uprisings in American history, has been convicted on two counts of murder.
According to the Civilian Complaint Review Board, which investigated the hand sign incident, the agency has substantiated one allegation of “offensive language” against Officer Enrico Lauretta.
As the department faces growing pressure to revamp its protest policing, the rise of the Strategic Response Group could prove instructive.
The events of the past year add a layer of urgency to this week’s activities, now in their 5th year.
One organizer called the comments "ridiculous, insulting, and enraging."
The NYPD's largest union endorsed Donald Trump, leaving many wondering about officers' ability to provide security at Biden's inauguration.
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