“It is crucial for lawmakers to change laws that protect sheriff’s office employees from losing their jobs and certification for actions that would result in firing and license revocations in other professions and states,” the BDN Editorial Board writes. See more HERE
Police Department has substantially implemented the recommendations of a blue-ribbon panel
Police Commissioner Dermot Shea today announced that the NYPD has now substantially implemented the recommendations of an independent blue-ribbon panel of former prosecutors and judges for improving the department’s internal disciplinary system. Press release HERE
Draft Policies for Public Comment
Welcome to the New York City Police Department’s Policy Review webpage. We welcome public comments on any of the proposed policy changes listed below. The comment period deadline for each respective proposal is displayed in its summary page. Once the comment period has ended, the NYPD will review the submitted comments and consider their inclusion in the final policy. Please click the link(s) to the policy you wish to review and send us your comments. HERE.
A Watchdog Accused Officers of Serious Misconduct. Few Were Punished.
An analysis by The New York Times found that the N.Y.P.D. has reduced or rejected recommendations for stiff discipline of officers in about 71 percent of 6,900 serious misconduct charges. NY Times article
The Report of the Independent Panel on the Disciplinary System of the New York City Police Department – see report HERE
This is an interesting podcast. It is a nice discussion about Professor Cobbina’s book which I’m in the midst of completing.
I have a different reaction to the book than the author of the podcast.
Many people are obviously aware that this nation was founded on a system
of slavery, but what many people don’t know is that the origins of policing
in the United States can be traced to the institution of slavery.”
— Read on www.tinapp.org/episodes/handsup