NYPD Decides To Keep Officer Discipline Info Secret

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Citing a clause in a 40-year-old law, the New York Police Department has decided to keep records regarding the discipline of officers under lock and key and will no longer release the information to the public, reports the New York Daily News. Critics say the policy change flies in the face of openness claims by Police Commissioner Bill Bratton . . .

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