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Showing posts with label NYPD. Show all posts

Thousands Of Secret Police Discipline Records Published Online As Unions Sue To Stop It

Until the remaining month, the big apple kingdom prohibited the release of cops' disciplinary facts.

Civilians' proceedings of abuse by means of officers were a secret.

The NY metropolis police officer whose use of a prohibited chokehold led to the death of Eric Garner in 2014 had a record of misconduct.

Unions for town cops, firefighters, and corrections officers have sued the big apple metropolis to stop the disclosure of most of those and other disciplinary data.

The unions objected to the release of any cases apart from "verified and final disciplinary topics." that would exclude the good-sized majority of lawsuits in opposition to officers.

Nevertheless, those facts can assist readers to look at the statistics of officials who have been the concern of a sample of proceedings.

"The database offers the human beings of latest York town a glimpse at how allegations concerning police misconduct were handled, and permits reporters and everyday citizens alike to appearance extra deeply at the information of unique officers."

NYPD Says Cops Justified in Beating of Innocent Man for Taking Up 2 Seats on Empty Train

As TFTP stated closing week, body camera photos showed a NY metropolis police officer brutally assaulting a homeless guy for taking over more than one seat on a near-empty subway train.

The 30-year-antique homeless guy recognized as Joseph Troiano became charged with a legal attack for allegedly kicking the officer's hand whilst he changed into being assaulted and handcuffed.

The video shows the start of the altercation in which the officer needlessly escalated the scenario by time and again punching Joseph in the face and it does not show such kicks to the officer's hand.

The kicks were sincerely Joseph flailing round as he became being abducted for the non-crime of sitting in seats on an empty educate.

"consistent with the new york post, NYPD Officer Shimul Saha claimed in a criminal complaint that after police officers attempted to pull the man off the educate he began flailing his arms and kicking his legs, making it difficult to place him in handcuffs," and that Troiano had yelled, "I am not getting off the f-king educate.'".

The subway became almost empty and Joseph turned into tired so he laid down, taking over two areas.

Police advised him to arise and depart due to the fact he become taking over multiple areas, and he moved alongside to the next educate, however, the police decided to observe him.

NYPD Cops Caught Pointing Guns At And Arresting Black Children For 'Playing, High-Fiving'

Consistent with a report published on Monday by means of the new york Civilian criticism review Board,  black children have been handcuffed by way of NYPD officials due to the fact they had been walking with sticks whilst on their way home from college.

Police stopped the two boys, ages 8 and 14, frisked them, and then handcuffed them and took them to the police station even though they weren't doing anything wrong.

The youngsters had been traumatized with the aid of the experience, mainly the eight-year-antique, who continually dreamed of being a police officer in the future, according to his mom.

The review board located that of the 112 court cases that they reviewed, almost sixty-five percent have been cases where police had been accused of the usage of inappropriate pressure on younger adult males of shade.

The lawsuits blanketed young boys having weapons pulled on them with the aid of police, getting handcuffed, arrested, or assaulted for offenses as easy as gambling, going for walks sitting on stoops, wearing backpacks, or maybe high-fiving.

In line with the report, "The CCRB is conscious that the NYPD believes it is running hard to defend the youth of the latest York town. Many young people mainly young humans of coloration, sense focused, and mistreated by individuals of the big apple town Police department. The NYPD must educate all cops on the differences between policing adults and policing youth. There may be presently minimum to no information on how cops are educated in handling younger people."

"regrettably, after years of witnessing news approximately police misconduct and possibly experiencing it themselves, even the youngest among us have an awareness of the tension that too frequently exists between the police and civilians," Davie stated.

Cops Beat Man for Taking Up 2 Seats on Empty Subway, Charge Him for Cop’s Swollen Knuckles

Frame digital camera pictures shows a NY metropolis police officer brutally assaulting a homeless guy for taking up multiple seat on a near-empty subway educate.

In preference to without delay arresting the officers concerned in his attack, big apple District attorney Cyrus Vance has determined to fee the homeless victim with attack, a felony price which incorporates a most prison sentence of seven years.

The 30-year-vintage homeless man identified himself as Joseph T. To newshounds but was afraid to reveal his last name due to the fact he fears retaliation.

The come upon befell simply after nighttime on may also 25th, whilst Joseph become riding the subway after leaving a nearby homeless safe haven that did not have area for him.

The subway changed into almost empty and Joseph became tired so he laid down, taking on two areas.

Police informed him to arise and go away due to the fact he become taking over multiple area, and he moved along to the next teach, but the police decided to follow him.

"The brutal assault on Joseph through these officers is both unconscionable and absolutely indefensible. It is similarly shocking that the new york District legal professional's office, regardless of seeing this video, selected to bump up the charges in opposition to our client. We are calling on them to dismiss these costs straight away inside the hobby of justice," Edda Ness, staff legal professional criminal resource's long island Trial office, said in a statement.

NYPD Cops Caught Pointing Guns at and Arresting Black Children for ‘Playing, High-Fiving’

 According to a report published on Monday by the New York Civilian Complaint Review Board, two black children were handcuffed by NYPD officers because they were running with sticks while on their way home from school. Police stopped the two boys, ages 8 and 14, frisked them, and then handcuffed them and took them to the police station even though they weren’t doing anything wrong. That was just one example — there are dozens more.
The aforementioned incident occurred back in March of 2018 but was not made public until after the case was recognized by the review board. The children were traumatized by the experience, especially the 8-year-old, who always dreamed of being a police officer someday, according to his mother.
This case is among more than 100 complaints that the review board has investigated that took place between January 2018 and June 2019, most of which involved male children or teens of color.
The review board found that of the 112 complaints that they reviewed, nearly 65% were cases where police were accused of using inappropriate force on young males of color. The complaints included young boys having guns pulled on them by police, getting handcuffed, arrested, or assaulted for offenses as simple as playing, running sitting on stoops, carrying backpacks or even high-fiving.
According to the report, “The CCRB is aware that the NYPD believes it is working hard to protect the youth of New York City. Many young people, however, especially young people of color, feel targeted and mistreated by members of the New York City Police Department. The NYPD should train all police officers on the differences between policing adults and policing youth. There is currently minimal to no information on how police officers are trained in dealing with young people.”
Fred Davie, the chairman of the CCRB, says that the concept of law enforcement needs a massive redesign.
We agree.
“Sadly, after years of witnessing news about police misconduct and possibly experiencing it themselves, even the youngest among us have an awareness of the tension that too often exists between the police and civilians,” Davie said.
The CCRB also conducted a poll of New Yorkers between the ages of 10-18 and found that just over half avoid police officers in their neighborhoods, and only 15% said that they have always felt safe calling the police or help. The sample size of this poll was extremely small, only gathering opinions from 200 people, but it seems to offer a fairly accurate representation of mainstream attitudes towards the police.
A spokesperson for the NYPD said that Commissioner Dermot Shea will start to make changes to how officers interact with young people.
“After careful review, we accept each of the CCRB’s thoughtful and constructive recommendations — some of which are already in the process of being implemented and all of which will strengthen our new Youth Strategy,” the spokesperson said, according to Pix11.
Along with many other politicians and law enforcement officials in the US, NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea has been forced to promise reform in the department in response to the massive protests that have swept across the country in recent weeks.
Whether or not these politicians and departments follow through with the promised reform will be an entirely different matter altogether.
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NYPD Caught On Video Using Fake Taxi To Allegedly Infiltrate Protests

New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo and New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio have declared a curfew until Monday, June 8 in response to ongoing protests sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. The latest method of trapping and arresting those breaking the curfew appears to be the use of fake yellow taxis that are actually police cars. Video circulated last night of the NYPD apparently tricking protestors trying to go home by posing as taxis and then arresting them for breaking the curfew. The images show a man being arrested and put into the back of the vehicle, almost a perfect copy of the iconic New York taxi. A 2016 Freedom of Information Request by journalist Matthew Guariglia found that the city’s police force has a fleet of at least five so-called “cop cabs,” and that the NYPD has been using them since at least 2015. https://thefreethoughtproject.com/nypd-fake-taxi-infiltrate-protests/ Subscribe to more videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/PoliceBrutalityWorldwide

🗣WANTED — Suspect: NYPD👮🏾‍♀️Garcia, Francisco X. Shield #19234

WANTED for questioning in criminal assault and numerous departmental violations: Suspect: NYPD Officer Garcia Shield #19234 Work assignment: PSA4 Anti-Crime Unit #212 375 9360 — Ask for a high ranking Boss/ supervisor Lt or above. Call Internal Affairs Bureau (IAB) #212 741 8401 Email IAB@NYPD.ORG Call CCRB for Police Complaints 1 800 341 2272 Mayor’s Office Bill de Blasio Calling from Within NYC 311 Outside of NYC 212 639 9675 Victim: Donni Wright ______________________________________

Lawsuit- NYPD cop caught planting stun gun in car by his bodycam

In a lawsuit filed, Omar Prescott alleged NYPD Officer Carlo Cassata planted a stun gun in his glove compartment. Alleged offense caught on the officer's body-worn camera. Charges later dismissed by DA.

NYPD Detectives Sentenced to Probation in rape case

NYPD detectives sentenced to five years probation in the rape of Brooklyn woman. Escaped fugitives Blane & Susan Barksdale remain on the loose. R. Kelly placed in general population while he awaits trial and more.

For over two decades, Retired Los Angeles Police Department(LAPD) Sergeant Cheryl Dorsey worked exclusively in patrol and specialized units in all four Bureaus within the City of Los Angeles; South, Central, West and Valley. In addition to various patrol division assignments, Sgt. Dorsey was assigned to the infamous gang unit in Operations South Bureau; known as Community Resources Against Street Hoodlums (C.R.A.S.H.) under the command of Police Chief Daryl F. Gates From an LAPD insider’s perspective, Sgt. Dorsey candidly discusses police culture, policy, and training as well as exposing disparities that disproportionately affect minority communities throughout the nation. As a police professional, Sgt. Dorsey introduces strategies on how to systematically attack those injustices, educate and empower listeners on how to navigate within that system, when necessary, and help change that system, when possible. The goal being for everyone to make it home safe! An acclaimed speaker and author, Sgt. Cheryl Dorsey has written an autobiography, Black and Blue, The Creation Of A Social Advocate, (available on amazon.com) which provides an unfiltered look into the LAPD during her tenure. She provides insight and techniques to de-escalate tensions during police encounters with a level of credibility that is effective, relevant and irrefutable. Sgt. Dorsey is a highly sought police expert on significant criminal justice issues and has been a frequent commentator on CNN with Chris Cuomo, Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper, Fredricka Whitfield to name a few; Fox News, CNN International; HLNTV with Dr. Drew, Nancy Grace and The Daily Share; Inside Edition, MSNBC; NowThis News, TMZ as well as KPCC Radio with “Air Talk”, “Take Two”; Democracy Now, The Tom Joyner Morning Show and KABC Talk Radio with Dr. Drew. Sgt. Dorsey has been seen on Brazilian TVGlobo; the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) TD Jakes Show; Tavis Smiley Show, and Dr. Phil Show. Sgt Dorsey was a featured police expert on Fox Network's "First Responders Live" and has also been featured in BET Docu-Series “Finding Justice”; TV Crime Series; “It Takes A Killer”, “Corrupt Crimes” “Motive to Murder” and “Dead Files”. She has also been a contributing columnist for OZY, LA Progressive, EURWeb, Wave Newspaper and Huffington Post. www.sgtcheryldorsey.com @sgtcheryldorsey on Twitter and IG

NYPD Arrests Decline after Pantaleo firing, Manhunt for murderous couple, Update Costco shooting

NYPD arrests down since firing of Daniel Pantaleo, Update Costco shooting by off duty LAPD officer. Couple wanted for murder escape during extradition. An LAPD insider, whose career spanned over two decades, Sgt. Dorsey highlights criminal, social or public policy injustices affecting disenfranchised communities throughout the nation. As a police professional, Sgt. Dorsey recognises and exposes institutional and police abuses, as well as social justice disparities, while introducing strategies and commentary on how to systematically attack those injustices and empower audiences on how to navigate within that system, when necessary, and help change that system, when possible. An acclaimed speaker, author, and retired veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department. Sgt. Cheryl Dorsey has written an autobiography, Black and Blue, The Creation Of A Social Advocate, which provides an unfiltered look into the LAPD; police culture. She provides insight and techniques to de-escalate tensions during police encounters with a level of credibility that is effective, relevant and irrefutable. Sgt. Dorsey is a highly sought police expert on significant criminal justice issues and has been a frequent commentator on CNN with Chris Cuomo, Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper, Fredricka Whitfield to name a few; Fox News, CNN International; HLNTV with Dr. Drew, Nancy Grace and The Daily Share; Inside Edition, MSNBC; Now This News, TMZ as well as KPCC Radio with “Air Talk”, “Take Two”; Democracy Now, The Tom Joyner Morning Show and KABC Talk Radio with Dr. Drew. Sgt. Dorsey has been seen on Brazilian TVGlobo; the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) TD Jakes Show; Tavis Smiley Show, and Dr. Phil Show. Sgt Dorsey is currently a police expert on Fox Network's "First Res-ponders Live" and has also has been featured in BET Docu-Series “Finding Justice”; TV Crime Series; “It Takes A Killer”, “Corrupt Crimes” “Motive to Murder” and “Dead Files”. She has been a contributing columnist for OZY, LA Progressive, EURWeb, Wave Newspaper and Huffington Post. During her police career, Sgt Dorsey worked exclusively in patrol and specialised units in all four Bureaus within the City of Los Angeles; South, Central, West and Valley. In addition to various patrol division assignments, Sgt. Dorsey was assigned to the infamous gang unit in Operations South Bureau; known as Community Resources Against Street Hoodlums (C.R.A.S.H.) under the command of Police Chief Daryl F. Gates.

ATL police Sgt assaults unarmed black woman; Oxford MS cop shoots mother

15 yr old missing Chicago teen found dead and organs allegedly missing. NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo administrative hearing in death of Eric Garner continued again; white Oxford MS cop kills black woman in front of her four children and ATL police sergeant fired after assaulting unarmed black woman during traffic stop

An LAPD insider, whose career spanned over two decades, Sgt. Dorsey highlights criminal, social or public policy injustices affecting disenfranchised communities throughout the nation. As a police professional, Sgt. Dorsey recognizes and exposes institutional and police abuses, as well as social justice disparities, while introducing strategies and commentary on how to systematically attack those injustices and empower audiences on how to navigate within that system, when necessary, and help change that system, when possible. An acclaimed speaker, author, and retired veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department. Sgt. Cheryl Dorsey has written an autobiography, Black and Blue, The Creation Of A Social Advocate, which provides an unfiltered look into the LAPD; police culture. She provides insight and techniques to de-escalate tensions during police encounters with a level of credibility that is effective, relevant and irrefutable. Sgt. Dorsey is a highly sought police expert on significant criminal justice issues and has been a frequent commentator on CNN with Chris Cuomo, Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper, Fredricka Whitfield to name a few; Fox News, CNN International; HLNTV with Dr. Drew, Nancy Grace and The Daily Share; Inside Edition, MSNBC; Now This News, TMZ as well as KPCC Radio with “Air Talk”, “Take Two”; Democracy Now, The Tom Joyner Morning Show and KABC Talk Radio with Dr. Drew. Sgt. Dorsey has been seen on Brazilian TVGlobo; the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) TD Jakes Show; Tavis Smiley Show, and Dr. Phil Show. She has been featured in BET Docu-Series “Finding Justice”; TV Crime Series; “It Takes A Killer”, “Corrupt Crimes” “Motive to Murder” and “Dead Files”. and has been a contributing columnist for OZY, LA Progressive, EURWeb, Wave Newspaper and Huffington Post. Cheryl Dorsey is a Los Angeles native and joined the LAPD in 1980. During her career, she worked exclusively in patrol and specialized units in all four Bureaus within the City of Los Angeles; South, Central, West and Valley. In addition to various patrol division assignments, Sgt. Dorsey was assigned to the infamous gang unit in Operations South Bureau; known as Community Resources Against Street Hoodlums (C.R.A.S.H.) under the command of Police Chief Daryl F. Gates. As an LAPD insider, Sgt. Dorsey highlights criminal, social or public policy injustices affecting disenfranchised communities. As a mother with four sons and police professional, Sgt. Dorsey recognizes and exposes institutional police abuses, as well as social justice disparities, while introducing strategies and commentary on how to systematically attack those injustices and empower audiences on how to navigate within that system, when necessary, and help change that system, when possible.

In Anambra, three people were killed as they clashed with the police.

  Over the weekend, the situation in the Aguleri village, which is located in the Anambra East Local Government Area of the state of Anambra...