Police union attorneys for Officer Wayne Isaacs had asked the commissioner to halt disciplinary proceedings. Commissioner Sewell rejected that request in a letter received by the city’s police watchdog.
Three vehicles belonging to NYPD officers, each of them displaying a police placard or parked illegally, were vandalized in recent days.
The bill was written at the behest of revanchist interests, and it was passed into law over the objections of legislators, civil liberties groups, and law enforcement officials.
Add the city's 36,000 police officers to the growing chorus of voices demanding a personal carve-out from the city's just-approved congestion pricing surcharge.
It's unclear whether the devices' potential to burst into flames will affect the NYPD's promise to outfit all uniformed patrol officers with the body-cams by 2019.
"They'll do anything they can to damage him."
"[Patrick Lynch] rolled the dice, and he lost on this roll of the dice."
"New Yorkers need to send a message to this purveyor of degeneracy that he has no business coming to our city to peddle his slanderous 'Cop Fiction.'"
"Your uninformed rhetoric is inflammatory and only serves to worsen police/community relations."
Finally, a test for determining whether you're a "real New Yorker" or not.
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