Is NYPD Commissioner Raymond Kelly Bulletproof? - Printable Version
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Is NYPD Commissioner Raymond Kelly Bulletproof? - Brewman_Jax - 12-01-2011 07:40 AM
From the article:
Quote:New York City is safer than it's been in generations, but there does seem to be an alarming jump in the crime rate inside the New York Police Department.
Ticket fixing, planting evidence, hiding police misconduct, harassment of minority citizens, when does the integrity of the police force charged to protect and serve become more important than arrest and ticket quotas? It seems that the police are no different than the criminals they are supposed to protect us from. It's sad when the only difference is that the criminals get prosecuted.
RE: Is NYPD Commissioner Raymond Kelly Bulletproof? - Ikonoklast - 12-05-2011 11:19 AM
I have never considered any police officer to be immune from criminal activity, any moreso than any other segment of society.