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- Officials in the nation's largest police department said Friday they uncovered dozens of instances of crimes misreported and wrongly downgraded by officers at a precinct after an anonymous tip to internal affairs and now 19 officers face departmental charges.
The 19 New York Police Department employees — one lieutenant, eight sergeants, nine officers and one detective — worked at the 40th Precinct in the Bronx and face charges of misreporting during a four-month period last year. They face a loss of vacation days or possible dismissal from the department if they are found guilty.
Commissioner William Bratton, who took over the 35,000-officer department last year, has made it a priority to ensure crime complaints are accurately reported.
"accurately reported." Hahahahahahahahaha. The the FBI still won't accept Chicago's numbers, Chicago Magazine did a three-part story on how CPD misclassifies crime, those New York professors, including the one who is a retired NYPD Captain who exposed CompStat....no one has noticed these shenanigans over the years?