More reason to hate the cops: Adrian Schoolcraft case (NT's gonna love this one)

Mr Dink

formerly foamposite xi
Oct 8, 2012

Adrian Schoolcraft (born 1976) is a suspended New York City Police Department (NYPD) officer who secretly recorded police conversations from 2008 to 2009. He brought these tapes to NYPD investigators in October 2009 as evidence of corruption and wrongdoing within the department. He used the tapes as evidence that arrest quotas were leading to police abuses such as wrongful arrests, while the emphasis of fighting crime sometimes resulted in underreporting of crimes to keep the numbers down.

After voicing his concerns, Schoolcraft was reportedly harassed and reassigned to a desk job. After he left work early one day, an emergency unit entered his apartment, and eventually admitted him to a psychiatric facility, where he was held against his will for six days. In 2010, he released the audio recordings to The Village Voice, leading to the reporting of a multi-part series titled The NYPD Tapes. In 2012 The Village Voice reported that a 2010 unpublished report of an internal NYPD investigation found the 81st precinct had evidence of quotas and underreporting. In 2010 Schoolcraft filed a lawsuit against the NYPD and Jamaica Hospital.

Cliffnotes: Adrian Schoolcraft was an ex NYPD cop
Recorded conversations of cops talking about being crooked to meet quotas
Reported these conversations to higher up
Lead to demotion, harrassment, and cops raiding his house to admit him to a psych ward against his will
Pressing charges for $50 mill against NYPD

More here:

Pretty damn interesting.
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Jul 18, 2012
let's see how NT handles this one..

a snitching *** cop.
Apr 1, 2008
Where's the pig *** NTers to make sense of this

You serious ?
Behind the badge cops are just regular humans, some good & some bad. If you really want their opinion calling them names isnt the way to go about it.

Much respect to our resident NT LEOs :nthat:
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