Monday, March 17, 2014

Complaints against NYPD cops are down in the Bronx after precincts' declined use of stop-and-frisk

Complaints against the police in the Bronx — and citywide — have largely fallen since 2009, according to a new city report.
Even the 40th Precinct, which garnered the highest number of complaints boroughwide in 2013, recorded a 6.6% drop from 2012, according to the Civilian Complaint Review Board’s annual status report.
And an expert says the report’s numbers jibe with data on precincts’ use of stop-and-frisk, which largely declined last year.

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