Black And Hispanic NYPD Officers Reveal ‘Collars For Dollars’ Arrest Quotas In Discrimination Lawsuit Against The Police Department – Blavity News

“It was emphasized that we needed to stop male Blacks. Those were the ones Tsachas wanted to go to jail,” former officer Pierre Maximilien’s sworn affidavit reads.
— Read on blavity.com/black-and-hispanic-nypd-officers-reveal-collars-for-dollars-arrest-quotas-in-discrimination-lawsuit-against-the-police-department

Stop-and-frisk down 80% in Chicago but Black and Latinx people still hit the hardest, judge finds | Chicago Reporter

President Donald Trump took aim at the Chicago Police Department as a new report details reform efforts ushered in by an agreement with the ACLU.
— Read on www.chicagoreporter.com/stop-and-frisk-down-80-in-chicago-but-black-and-latinx-people-still-hit-the-hardest-judge-finds/

Interview with NYPD Commissioner Jim O’Neil – Improving Police

Video: James O’Neill looks back on his tenure as the city’s top cop New York Police Commissioner Jim O’Neil This week, Police Commissioner James O’Neill will retire from the NYPD. He sat down with NY1 Criminal Justice Reporter Dean Meminger to discuss a wide range of issues, including former Mayor Bloomberg’s recent apology for stop-and-frisk.…
— Read on improvingpolice.blog/2019/11/26/interview-with-nypd-commissioner-jim-oneil/

Community policing in Chicago | Modern Policing

This article provides a nice review of the ups and downs of community policing in Chicago over the last two decades, including promising early results from renewed efforts now underway. With the police superintendent retiring, it will be interesting to see if a new leader follows the current path or a different one.
— Read on gcordner.wordpress.com/2019/11/23/community-policing-in-chicago/