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Top black cops talk about their work

Three Generations Of African-American Police Officers Talk About Policing Today http://www.npr.org/2017/05/21/529419512/three-generations-of-african-american-police-officers-talk-about-policing-today?utm_medium=RSS&utm_campaign=news

From Advisory Board member, John Eterno, with colleague Christine Barrow. Forcible Stops: Police and Citizens Speak Out Abstract: A recent federal district court decision found that the New York...

DOJ moves away from investigations of police misconduct

The US Department of Justice will review its policy towards local police departments. It plans to change the emphasis from investigating unconstitutional policing to building partnerships with local police....

Police secrecy stays in place

A New York Court of Appeal ruled that the state’s civil rights law, Section 50-a, forbids the public issuance or mention in court of a police officer’s personnel record...

Abuse: lose two days pay, Reveal abuse: lose your job

“[The Civilian Complaint Review Board] forced an employee to resign after discovering that the employee had no leaked the disciplinary history of the officer who place Eric Gardner in...

Minor Complaints – NYPD Could Do Better

A report from the Office of the Inspector General for the NYPD issued a report critical of the department’s handling of complaints about minor-level police misconduct. What is the...

Cops say policing more difficult because of protests

After several instances of demonstrations against police questioning their use of force, 76% of the more than 8,000 cops surveyed by the Pew Research Center say that they are...

The law that stands in the law of better policing

The Legal Aid Society and other have initiated a suit against the NYPD to open up access to police department records regarding disciplinary hearings of officers. The suit is...

Black Lives Matter discussed by SCPD Deputy Commissioner

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