After meeting with incoming New York City police commissioner Bill Bratton last Thursday, Communities United for Police Reform is releasing a report today, outlining policy priorities intended to help the incoming Mayor-elect de Blasio fulfill his campaign pledges on safety and policing. Specifically, the report urges Bratton to reject “strategies that rely on discrimination,” such as stop-and-frisk quotas and the surveillance of Muslims. The report also calls on de Blasio to discontinue the Bloomberg administration’s legal challenges to the Floyd decision, which would implement a federal monitor for the NYPD, as well as the Community Safety Act ban on racial profiling. Sources previously indicated before the election that de Blasio would consider dropping the city’s legal challenge. The spirit of the report is also to increase transparency in the department, something that both de Blasio and Bratton emphasized when Bratton was introduced two weeks ago. To that end, the document makes note of a separate report issued by de Blasio as public advocate that gave the NYPD an “F” for failing to obey Freedom of Information Law requests and make records public.
Monday, December 16, 2013
Note from Suzannah: the corrupt NYPD that fixed me being savagely assaulted for Dr Andrew Fagelman's office and to retaliate against me a whistle blower citizen journalist sealed Delita Hooks false cross complaint, her letter to the NYPD threatening me yet again with another false cross complaint with their own crime of coercion yes corrupt cops coerced me sealed the records -- their lawyer admitted they sealed Delita Hooks complaint IN UNdER a year. Interval affairs also corrupt saw no evil because they are bias and in on the message corrupt cops were sending me. NYPD and IAB out of control and corrupt and KKK Ray is hugely to blame despite all the spin and pr.
Video proves she is a violent liar as well as medical reports and not one woman in that video helped me or called 911.
Posted by Suzannah B. Troy artist at 12/16/2013 07:18:00 AM