Which NYPD officers have most complaints against them?

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Tuesday, August 4, 2020. New York City – The Guardian has an interesting article today.

Mona Chalabi wrote the article “Which NYPD officers have most complaints against them?” on The Guardian. Part of the article says, “In New York, thousands of police discipline records that were kept secret are now public thanks to a change in the law. A statute known as 50-a meant the public could not know about complaints made against police officers or the outcomes of those complaints but, after the mass anti-racism protests sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in May, activists in New York successfully pushed for the law to be repealed.

Soon after the law changed, the news organization ProPublica asked New York’s Civilian Complaint Review Board (CCRB) to see this information. The result is a publicly available database of active-duty officers in New York City with at least one allegation against them that has been substantiated by the CCRB. Almost 4,000 officers are included in the database, representing 11% of the 36,000 officers in the NYPD.

Shown above are the 10 New York City police officers with the most allegations against them.

Click the link to read the article: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/datablog/2020/aug/04/new-york-police-department-allegations-complaints

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Thursday, July 30, 2020. Manhattan, New York City - Rally and March: “Not in our city. Not on our watch.” Demonstrators gathered at Foley Square Park where they had a rally. Speakers spoke in support of undocumented immigrants, Trans women, Trans men and the Black community, in general. After the rally, protesters marched to Park Row and Worth St where activists staged a Die-in for victims of police brutality in New York and in the country. Demonstrators also demanded the resignation of the New York City Police Commissioner, Dermot Shea. Photo by Javier Soriano/www.JavierSoriano.com
Thursday, July 30, 2020. Manhattan, New York City – Rally and March: “Not in our city. Not on our watch.” Demonstrators gathered at Foley Square Park where they had a rally. Speakers spoke in support of undocumented immigrants, Trans women, Trans men and the Black community, in general. After the rally, protesters marched to Park Row and Worth St where activists staged a Die-in for victims of police brutality in New York and in the country. Demonstrators also demanded the resignation of the New York City Police Commissioner, Dermot Shea. Photo by Javier Soriano/www.JavierSoriano.com

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