There are many police misconduct roadblocks that make it difficult to hold cops accountable for their actions.
Internal affairs divisions are composed of cops are reluctant to punish fellow cops.
Civilian review boards make recommendations which are non-binding.
Police unions and collective bargaining agreements protect cops from being held accountable. And these agreements prevent misconduct from being made public.
Poor oversight allows cops to escape accountability. To make matters worse, courts have traditionally provided cops with protection from some civil lawsuits.
So how can you bypass police misconduct roadblocks to hold police accountable for their brutality and other illegal actions? Read on for more information.
Police misconduct refers to illegal, unethical, or inappropriate action taken by cops. It could involve a violation of an individual’s Federal constitutional rights, New York State law or police department rules and/or regulations.
The following are some types of police misconduct legal claims:
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