de Blasio & O’Neill Tout November Crime Statistics, Continue Failing to Address Alleged Abuses & Misconduct during Month
As Mayor de Blasio and Commissioner O’Neill gave briefing on crime data from November, they continued to ignore alleged abuses and misconduct during month, including the police killing of Ariel Galarza just days after killing of Deborah Danner.
November 2 - It’s Still Happening: NYPD Plainclothes Cop Stops and Frisks Black Teen for Standing on Sidewalk (Raw Story)
November 2 - Bronx Man Dies After Police Use Taser on Him ( New York Times)
November 3 - Let the Public See Police Officers’ Records (New York Times)
November 10 - NYPD Detectives Wouldn’t Believe Me, Says Victim of East Village Sex Attack (DNAinfo)
November 10 - A Protest, A Police Officer, A Yelling Mother: The Story Behind a Photo (NPR)
November 10 - Brooklyn Businessman Pleads Guilty to Bribing NYPD Cops for Gun Permits (New York Daily News)
November 14 - Advocates Want More NYPD Officers Trained in Crisis Intervention (CBS New York)
November 14 - NYPD Detective Who Arrested Wrongly-Accused Man Under Internal Investigation (ABC New York)
November 15 - NYPD Union Boss’ Cop Son Fled the Scene of Shooting (New York Post)
November 15 - Off-Duty NYPD Cop Allegedly Pulls Gun on Woman in Fit of Road Rage (New York Daily News)
November 20 - Sister of Man Shot by NYPD in Brooklyn Disputes Police Account (Newsday)
November 21 - Watch How Broken Windows Policing Turns a Single Act of Farebeating into Three Arrests (Village Voice)
November 22 - NYPD Cop Accused of Beating Teen Says Injuries were Unintentional (New York Daily News)
November 22 - NYPD Investigating SVU Detective at Center of Mistrial, $250G in Settlements (New York Daily News)
November 25 - Race and Marijuana Arrests (New York Times)
November 28 - NYPD Detective Caught on Camera Allegedly Gambling to Set Suspect Free (PIX 11)
November 29 - Assistant DA Arrested for Wiretapping to Spy on ‘Love Interest’ (New York Post)
November 29 - Man Accused of Murder by NYPD’s 42nd Precinct: ‘I Want It to Stop’ (NBC New York)
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