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As de Blasio & O’Neill Give Monthly Crime Data Briefing, Reform Campaign Releases Month’s Compilation of Alleged Abuses & Misconduct

As Mayor de Blasio and NYPD Commissioner O’Neill give briefing on crime data from the last month and continue promoting “neighborhood policing,” media reports highlighting allegations and incidents of NYPD abuses, misconduct and lack of accountability continue.

September 1 – Immigrant Advocacy Group Files Amicus Brief in NYPD Discrimination Lawsuit (Politico New York)

September 3 – Bar Patron: A Cop Broke My Jaw and the NYPD Deep Sixed the Investigation (Gothamist)

September 9 – Sister of Bronx Bodega Worker Killed by Police Slams NYPD (New York Daily News)

September 12 – Records Show Increased Earnings for Officer Involved in Garner Death (Politico New York)

September 14 – NYPD Cops on ‘Modified Duty’ after Corruption, Brutality Cases are Raking in Cash Thank to Overtime (New York Daily News)

September 14 – Off-Duty Cop Charged with Assault after Dispute with Subway Conductor (NBC New York)

September 16 - NYPD: Revealing the Truth about the Millions We Seize Would 'Lead to Systems Crashes' (The Village Voice)

September 20 - NYPD is Still Shielding NYPD Crash Data from the Public (Streetsblog)

September 20 - No Law, All Order: The NYPD Can Arrest and Prosecute You (The Village Voice)

September 20 - NYPD Special Victims Cop Accused of Groping Rape Victim Faces Another Legal Battle (New York Daily News)

September 21 - NYPD was 'Disrespectful' at Tribute for Boy Slain by Police in '94: Parents (DNAinfo)

September 21 - NYC Paid $228 Million for Police Misconduct in the Last Fiscal Year (Gothamist)

September 21 - Cop Facing Punishment for Accepting Lavish Meals Gets Promoted (New York Daily News)

September 21 - NYPD Lieutenant Repeatedly Harassed Female Cop Who was Transferred after Voicing Complaint (New York Daily News)

September 23 - Lawmakers, Wrongly Convicted New Yorkers Blast NYPD for Snubbing Council Hearing (Politico New York)

September 23 - Witness Set to Testify in NYPD Cop's Drug Conspiracy Trial Whacked 'Don Corleone'-Style, Prosecutors Say (New York Daily News)

September 26 - NYPD Cops Pay $1,500 Fine for Lavish Dinners Courtesy of Ex-Queens Library Boss (New York Daily News)

September 27 - Off-Duty Cop Who Killed Delrawn Small in Road Rage Incident Indicted on Murder Charges (New York Daily News)

September 29 – Video Shows Ramarley Graham Carried Out of Bronx Home after Shot by Police; Family Claims Footage Raises Questions (New York Daily News)

September 29 - Ramarley Graham's Family Files Massive Request for NYPD Info on Teen's Death at Cops' Hands (New York Daily News)

September 30 - Poor, Transgender and Dressed for Arrest (The New York Times)

September 30 - Suit Challenges NYPD Enforcement of Prostitution Loitering Statute (Politico New York)

October 1 – NYPD Officer Who Shot Himself May Have Been Trying to Avoid Testifying in Corruption Probe (Gothamist)

October 3 - NYPD Officer Arrested for Assaulting, Threatening Wife in Bronx (New York Daily News)

October 3 – NYPD Investigates Cop Who Shot Himself Twice after FBI Visit (New York Post)



About Communities United for Police Reform: Communities United for Police Reform (CPR) is an unprecedented campaign to end discriminatory policing practices in New York, and to build a lasting movement that promotes public safety and policing practices based on cooperation and respect– not discriminatory targeting and harassment. CPR brings together a movement of community members, lawyers, researchers and activists to work for change. The partners in this campaign come from all 5 boroughs, from all walks of life and represent many of those unfairly targeted the most by the NYPD. CPR is fighting for reforms that will promote community safety while ensuring that the NYPD protects and serves all New Yorkers.

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