Ladies and Gentleman, the title of this article says it all. As reported by DNAinfo.com; http://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20120829/new-york-city/city-shells-out-22-million-settle-civil-rights-cases-against-nypd#ixzz24wFZpKSc, abuses committed by NYPD officers cost 22 Million dollars in a single year, such as a 12-year-old Forest Hills girl collecting $115,000 after her arrest for doodling on her junior high school desk. All of us must eventually acknowledge that on […]
One of the many great things that David Packman does with his National Police Misconduct Statistics and Reporting Project is put the data that he collects into perspective so that we statistical laypeople can make sense of what the data means. His Quarterly and Yearly Police Misconduct Statistic Reports are invaluable in the fight for […]
The National Police Misconduct Statistics and Reporting Project (NPMSRP) was started in March of 2009 as a method of recording and analyzing police misconduct in the United States through the utilization of news media reports to generate statistical and trending information about police misconduct in the United States.