Former NYPD commissioner says bill requiring officers to inform people of their right to refuse to be searched 'really unnecessary and useless'
'We stand at risk of losing all of the progress that we have made'
A Democratic voter registered in Manhattan said she received a call from q Quinnipiac pollster asking those same questions.
So far this year, the CCRB received 4,222 complaints, compared to 4,557.
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Bill would require police officers to obtain written or verbal consent before searching a person in most street encounters
Queens man who attacked four police officers with a hachet 'acted precisely in the manner that ISIS was encouraging'