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Civilian Complaint Board Reports That Up to 39 New York Cops Should Be Disciplined Following George Floyd Protests

Abuse toward public protesters was rampant all over the U.S. during the summer of 2020. And according to a new report from New York City’s Civilian Complaint Review Board (CCRB), the problem appears to have been especially bad in the country’s most populous city, where 39 officers have been accused…

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NYPD Sued for Years of Racial Abuse and Use of Excessive Force; Trump Administration Approves Discrimination Against LGBTQ individuals; and More

NYPD sued by Attorney General for years of racial abuse and use of excessive force. In what’s been called a “landmark lawsuit,” The New York Times has reported that New York state Attorney General Letitia James is suing the city of New York, the mayor and the NYPD’s leaders, alleging…

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Female NYPD Chief Quits, Claiming Gender Discrimination

Lori Pollock, a former NYPD police chief, retired earlier this month and filed a lawsuit Monday claiming that the Police Department systematically denies women chances to compete for top jobs. Pollock worked in data-driven crime fighting, and the two men who had worked in Pollock’s data-driven crime fighting position previously…

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‘Collars for Dollars,’ NYPD Snagged in Discrimination Suit which Targeted Blacks and Latinos

“Collars for dollars” was a common practice among the Transit District 34 officers of the New York Police Department (NYPD). The practice has now resulted in a lawsuit, according to the New York Daily News. Five police officers, now-retired Pierre Maximilien, Sgt. Edwin Raymond and three other officers reportedly filed…

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Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Sylvia Ash, Retired NYPD Officer Joseph Guagliardo Charged in MCU Corruption Case

Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Sylvia Ash and retired NYPD officer Joseph Guagliardo have been arrested in connection with a fraud case involving the New York City-based Municipal Credit Union (MCU). Ash was arrested Oct. 11 for destroying evidence and lying to federal investigators during an investigation of MCU. Guagliardo was…