NYPD failed to find one incident of biased policing in five years

By Tina Moore

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The NYPD received 2,495 reports of biased policing since it began investigating allegations from the public five years ago — but cops haven’t substantiated a single complaint, a new city report has found.

The Office of the Inspector General for the Department of Investigation released a report Wednesday that said the complaints were based on race, national origin and sexual orientation.
But the report shows that NYPD officials have “never substantiated an allegation of biased policing.”

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Read the city’s report. NEW YORK DEPARTMENT OF INVESTIGATION

NYPD failed to find one incident of biased policing in five years

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The NYPD received 2,495 reports of biased policing since it began investigating allegations from the public five years ago — but cops haven’t substantiated a single complaint, a new city report has found.

The Office of the Inspector General for the Department of Investigation released a report Wednesday that said the complaints were based on race, national origin and sexual orientation.
But the report shows that NYPD officials have “never substantiated an allegation of biased policing.”

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Read more…

Read the city’s report. NEW YORK DEPARTMENT OF INVESTIGATION