Reports & Recommendations

#ThisStopsToday Demands for Police Accountability

#ThisStopsToday is a collaboration of Communities United for Police Reform (CPR), Million Hoodies and Freedom Side.

#ThisStopsToday convened to respond to the Staten Island grand jury’s expected failure to indict officers in the killing of Eric Garner, and to call for the end of discriminatory “broken windows” policing, characterized by aggressive enforcement of minor quality of life offenses, that led to the killing of Eric and brutality against too many other New Yorkers.

Priorities for the New NYPD Inspector General: Promoting Safety, Dignity and Rights for all New Yorkers

The NYPD Inspector General’s responsibilities include investigations, reviews and audits of systemic NYPD issues, resulting in recommendations to improve the NYPD’s policies, programs, practices, and operations – with the goal of enhancing the department’s effectiveness, improving public safety and protecting the rights of all New Yorkers.

This report outlines CPR’s recommendations for nine areas that the NYPD Inspector General should consider for investigation, review, study and audit, in order to issue findings and recommendations that will improve public safety and protect the rights of all New Yorkers. The first six represent areas that should be considered priorities in the first year of the Inspector General’s tenure.

Prioridades para el nuevo Inspector General del Departamento de la Policía de Nueva York

Este reporte delinea las recomendaciones de CPR en nueve áreas que el Inspector General del NYPD debe considerar para su investigación, revisión, estudio y auditoría, con el objetivo de resolver descubrimientos y recomendaciones en cuanto a asuntos que mejorarán la seguridad pública y protegerán los derechos de todos/as los/as neoyorquinos/as. Las primeras seis representan áreas que deben ser consideradas como prioridades para la agenda de trabajo del primer año del Inspector General.

Safety & Civil Rights for All New Yorkers: The Mayor's First 100 Days

This report outlines the steps that the de Blasio administration (the administration) should take in its first 100 days in order to make good on its pledges to prioritize safety and civil rights, and repair the relationship between communities and the NYPD. These concrete steps will help continue progress towards a New York City and NYPD that promote both safety and respect for the rights and dignity of all New Yorkers by ensuring policing that is non-discriminatory, effective and constitutionally sound.