The leader of the NYPD’s second-largest labor union is attacking part of a report that suggests legislators overturn a law that shields police misconduct from public scrutiny. The report, released Friday, suggests that Civil Rights Law § 50–a, which prevents release of virtually any information on specific disciplinary cases, is an obstacle to transparency and...
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NYPD union leader slams report pushing to reveal disciplinary cases
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