Nypd misconduct

At a City Council hearing on Tuesday morning, the NYPD’s leadership declined to publish more comprehensive data on police misconduct investigations.
Mayor Bill de Blasio originally promise the release of records back in June.
The Bronx DA's office has ignored our public records request for two years.
Why are New York City’s prosecutors still relying on the testimony of officers who have been repeatedly accused of misconduct?
The NYPD thought Jolly Ranchers were Crystal Meth and now we're all paying for the mistake.
Officer Paule Rivera was arrested shortly before 1 a.m. this morning in Upper Manhattan and charged with Assault in the Third Degree.
Six NYPD employees—including four officers—have been arrested in the past three days.
The agency usually receives an average of 249 complaints by phone each month—for the last three months, the average dropped to 29.
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