New Yorkers can look up NYPD officer records in new database

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The Legal Aid Society database contains 450,000 records at a level of detail previously unavailable. The database contains more than 18,000 lawsuits filed against more than 14,000 NYPD officers between 2013 and June 30, 2022. It also has the underlying closing reports - more than 1,000 of them - of civilian complaints filed against officers.
Published 2 months ago · New York, United States

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Online database makes public thousands of misconduct accusations against NYPD cops, NYC correction officers

The Legal Aid Society database contains 450,000 records at a level of detail previously unavailable, including lawsuit discovery and the results of FOIL requests.

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New Yorkers can look up NYPD officer records in new database

NEW YORK (PIX11) — A new database allows New Yorkers to look up the disciplinary records of police officers they encounter. The Legal Aid Society launched Law Enforcement Look Up on Monday, saying it’s the city’s most comprehensive source of police-misconduct records.  “You can find basic information like their shield number, their precinct assignment, the […]

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‘Law Enforcement Lookup:' Thousands of NYPD Misconduct Files Made Available to Public

The Legal Aid Society said it would continue to update the website as new records become available.

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There's a New, Massive Database of NYPD Misconduct With 450,000 Records

The Legal Aid Society collected records from Freedom of Information requests, criminal cases, and more, and made them easy to search.

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Database of Misconduct by NYPD Police and Prison Guardians Revealed

The Legal Aid association presented the new tool, which contains more than 450,000 records of erroneous and abusive actions by uniformed officers and prison officers, acts that they report have been tried to keep hidden

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