Thinking Out Loud: “Policing” by the Numbers

On average the NYPD will respond to approximately 30,000 jobs, or service calls, each day (24-hour period) via the 9-1-1 system.  That equates to approximately 11 million calls each year (365-day period). 

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Thinking Out Loud: Implicit Bias

Last year, during a debate on legislation, I used the words “defendant, “perpetrator,” and “prisoner.” One of my colleagues from across the aisle proceeded to state that my remarks were racist. It struck me as odd — I used three words and despite the fact that it was my colleague who visualized the meaning of those words, I was labeled the racist.

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Thinking Out Loud: Police & The Community

Charles Davis.  Sean Carrington.  Gerard Carter.  Rodney Andrews. James Nemorin.  Robert Parker.  Dillon Stewart.  Randolph Holder.  Say their names.

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    Thinking Out Loud: “Policing” by the Numbers

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    Thinking Out Loud: Implicit Bias

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    Thinking Out Loud: Police & The Community

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    Assembly Minority Conference proposes “Jump-Start New Y...

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