August 18, 2023

NYCLU Releases 20 Years of New York State Police Misconduct and Force Records

The New York State Police are responsible for patrolling state highways, rural communities, responding to 911 calls, providing law enforcement services, and more. There are some 5000 State police officers across New York but since the 1970s police misconduct records have been kept secret in New York State. The New York Civil Liberties Union just released 20 years of these records from the State Police.
Hudson Mohawk Magazine producer Elizabeth (EP) Press spoke to Ify Chikezie and Bobby Hodgson from the NYCLU about the importance of sharing these records.

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