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Nassau county police department

Nassau County police officials recently blamed people from outside the county to explain racial disparities in policing. But a data analysis by WSHU and WNYC/Gothamist found those disparities persisted independent of where people came from.
The charges stem from an infraction that, in other parts of New York, amount to a traffic ticket—80% of those arrested were Black and Latino.
Records obtained through freedom-of-information request show the number of Black and Latino officers has hardly budged.
Nassau County officials had originally blamed the murder of a New Cassel man on the new pre-trial discovery laws.
The unnamed worker, who attended the parade as a spectator, allegedly filched the shredded documents from a precinct house and tossed them near 65th St and Central Park West.
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