NYPD Decides To Keep Officer Discipline Info Secret

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Photo by Sean MacEntee via Flickr

Photo by Sean MacEntee via Flickr

For years, news media had access to list of "personnel orders" that included administrative cases closed by either plea deals or internal trials. But the police department's legal bureau has now decided that disciplinary records shouldn't be made public under a 1976 state civil rights law.
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