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Old 12-12-2010, 09:25 AM
 
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just heard that sgt j. randazzo is helping his girlfriend get on the force, and as soon as she graduates he will have her as his personal driver. this guy has to be nuts.
a mistake was made, he is in the 115 pct/not 75 and yes he tells everyone how much sleep he gets on the job, what a head case. To all the good cops out there keep safe.
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Old 12-12-2010, 06:42 PM
 
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Nope.
Shed some more light.
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Old 01-10-2015, 04:30 PM
 
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No,I see nothing wrong with it at all.Quotas are used as a measure of performance in almost every job in the world.You are expected to produce or "handle" a minimum number of whatever per hour/day/week/month.If everyone knows there are 1,000 lowlifes in a precinct who have outstanding warrants or 1,000 lowlifes walking around with weapons what's wrong with setting a goal to nab 100 or 200 of them per month?
Without quotas( or performance goals if you will) the cops could just sit around in their squad cars napping.
Well, maybe if a cop gave you a ticket for no reason or arrested you on a trumped up charge then maybe you would see something wrong with it.
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Old 01-10-2015, 04:37 PM
 
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"They reveal that precinct bosses threaten street cops if they don't make their quotas of arrests and stop-and-frisks, but also tell them not to take certain robbery reports in order to manipulate crime statistics. The tapes also refer to command officers calling crime victims directly to intimidate them about their complaints."

"As a result, the tapes show, the rank-and-file NYPD street cop experiences enormous pressure in a strange catch-22: He or she is expected to maintain high "activity"—including stop-and-frisks—but, paradoxically, to record fewer actual crimes."

Clearly the higher ups need to be replaced. That's who sets the tone for the NYPD. There needs to be a wholesale housecleaning of the NYPD.
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Old 01-10-2015, 06:09 PM
 
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I don't get the big hulla balloo about quotas.
I'm not sure there is anything wrong with them and they can raise the quotas in my precinct whenever they want.It doesn't make an arrest for some outstanding warrant or drug or weapons possession less valid because the stop was originally made by some cop trying to meet some quota.
Whatever the quotas may or may not be they should be higher.
That's pretty rich coming from a UFT teacher. How about a quota on passing kids? Quota's are illegal. BTW that boss I believe was removed from his post. Also the cop is looking at major $$$$$$$
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Old 01-10-2015, 07:58 PM
 
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This thread is from 2010. Must be a slow day on the cop hate circuit.
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Old 09-15-2015, 06:12 PM
 
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This thread is from 2010. Must be a slow day on the cop hate circuit.
What's the statue of limitations on outrage against gangster cops? So you really don't give a carp that the NYPD is a cesspool of corruption? In your mind fighting police corruption and brutality = hate? And covering up and whitewashing cop corruption = love?
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