broken windows policing

One may attempt to eulogize Timoney as a "good cop," but there is no question he was fervently opposed to free speech, most especially when used in the struggle for social change.
Dan Losen: The main thrust of the report is this concern that you're raising. That not only are there some really high-suspending
“Slavery, our country’s original sin, sat on a foundation codified by laws enforced by police, by slave-catchers,” Bratton
Mayor de Blasio never ran for Mayor of the City on an "anti-police" platform; once elected, Mayor de Blasio has never thrown police officers under the bus; and Mayor de Blasio most certainly does not have blood of the fallen officers on his hands.
Many at Thursday’s protest called for Bratton to be fired over his embrace of broken windows. Critics note, however, that
Blacks were arrested for low-level crimes over 100,000 times last year, but just over 56,000 times in 1990. Latinos were
Bratton's remark came just hours after a protest in lower Manhattan calling for Mayor Bill de Blasio to replace Bratton with
Broken windows is a strategy that has cops aggressively enforce lesser, quality-of-life offenses as a means of deterring
Daneil Loehr, an investigator with legal group the Bronx Defenders, spoke during “public comment” portion of Monday’s hearing
Garner, a black 43-year-old father of six and grandfather of two, died on July 17 after Pantaleo put him into a banned chokehold
BuskNY and another group, New Yorkers Against Bratton, organized Tuesday's rally. Both groups called on the NYPD to "respect
"It's time to end Broken Windows and put the police department's priorities where they ought to be: on violent crime. No