NYPD’s Bratton Advocates Less-Intrusive Policing

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New York Police Commissioner Bill Bratton predicts his officers will have a million fewer law enforcement contacts with the public in 2015 — based primarily on dramatic drops in stop-and-frisks, summonses and marijuana busts, reports the New York Daily News. “I'm not interested in quantity,” Bratton told the paper on Wednesday. “I'm interested in quality.”
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