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  1. Re: This is Why More Police Department Transparency is Needed

    Iím sorry Carl, but based on your responses I believe you do not stand for accountability. You stand for hiding information from the public, thereby shielding the bad cops among you from public...
  2. Re: This is Why More Police Department Transparency is Needed

    And generally very overprotective of their own profession. You know how many doctors who commit malpractice ever have action taken against their medical license? Very, very few. The same is generally...
  3. Re: This is Why More Police Department Transparency is Needed

    Then there is no real accountability if you cannot reveal that Officer Jones lied in grand jury proceeding and that his department only gave him a slap on wrist rather than the termination Officer...
  4. Re: This is Why More Police Department Transparency is Needed

    A well crafted disclosure law would prevent personal information like home address, phone number, etc., of officers from being made available to the public. But the public should have, at a minimum,...
  5. This is Why More Police Department Transparency is Needed

    A report by BuzzFeed that highlights how the New York City Police Department (NYPD) handles disciplinary matters of its officers shows why strong transparency policies are needed to ensure public...
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