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Broken Windows Policing, for the Police

February 2, 2018
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Broken Windows Policing, for the Police

If we want to have a just society, we need to start giving police officers parking tickets.   A just society would give police officers parking tickets for violating the same rules that they enforce writes Slate, especially given the ongoing practice of NYPD officers giving family and friends “get out of jail free” parking placards.

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New York Police Rejecting More of Watchdog’s Findings, Report Says

December 6, 2017
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New York Police Rejecting More of Watchdog’s Findings, Report Says

A report by the New York City Civilian Complaint Review Board suggests its relationship with the NYPD has become strained, even as the board has sought in recent years to find a measure of common ground on disciplining officers for misconduct, the Times writes.

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Black Lives Matter protesters can proceed with lawsuit against NYPD, Manhattan DA

September 22, 2017
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Black Lives Matter protesters can proceed with lawsuit against NYPD, Manhattan DA

A Manhattan Supreme Court judge ruled Thursday that two Black Lives Matter activists can continue with their lawsuit against the Manhattan District Attorney’s office and the NYPD over the police department’s handling of their arrest cases, the Daily News writes.

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Police foundation remains a blind spot in NYPD contracting process, critics say

July 13, 2017
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Police foundation remains a blind spot in NYPD contracting process, critics say

The NYPD agreed this week to make more information public about the outside vendors it contracts with, but one significant driver of its procurement decisions remains shrouded in secrecy: the nonprofit New York Police Foundation, Politico New York writes.

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NYPD formally launches neighborhood summits program

May 16, 2017
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NYPD formally launches neighborhood summits program

In a move aimed at bringing street cops closer to the people they serve, the NYPD formally kicked off a series of small community meetings around the city as a crucial part of the neighborhood policing strategy, according to am New York.

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City Council passes series of bills to overhaul nuisance law that NYPD uses to boot people from homes, businesses

February 15, 2017
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City Council passes series of bills to overhaul nuisance law that NYPD uses to boot people from homes, businesses

The New York City Council passed 13 bills that would add sweeping reforms to the city’s nuisance abatement law, which the NYPD has used to close homes and businesses without warning over allegations of illegal activity, the Daily News reports.

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