NYC publishes trove of NYPD disciplinary data involving all active cops

The digital database was first announced by Mayor Bill de Blasio last June after state secrecy law 50a was repealed, but its launch was delayed by a months-long court battle when the city’s police unions objected to the records’ release.

Nyc Publishes Trove Of Nypd Disciplinary Data Involving All Active Cops

The New York Post – by Craig McCarthy, Aaron Feis

New York City on Thursday published a trove of NYPD disciplinary records including all misconduct complaints brought before the Civilian Complaint Review Board against active department personnel.

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