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" The city spent $228.5 million settling as well as paying for judgments in authorities misconduct suits in 2016, inning accordance with the just-released Mayor's Monitoring Report. For viewpoint, that's over a third of all the money the city paid for legal actions, almost as long as the $257 million budgeted for the entire Department of Aging, as well as 100 times exactly what's assigned for the city's Dispute of Rate of interest Board. For a lot more viewpoint, that's 0.27 percent of the city's whole 2016 spending plan, as well as concerning $27 per New Yorker.

The incredible figure continues a longstanding trend of growing transgression payout total amounts. The most up to date total is approaching 3 times the $86.5 million the city paid for police transgression suits in 2005.

NYPD policemans going against individuals's civil rights as well as injuring them unnecessarily is nothing brand-new, but what's fascinating is that the ballooning buck quantity going towards settling cases and satisfying court judgments is coinciding with a steady decline in issues against the department. Consider that in 2012, individuals brought 5,700 grievances to the Private citizen Problem Evaluation Board, and took legal action against the NYPD 3,600 times. In FY 2016, there were 4,711 CCRB complaints and 2,933 legal actions.

The disconnect pertains to the timing of court cases." *.

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  1. Posted by patrick toussaint, at Reply

    shooting hostages… wow just wow

    • Posted by cutterboard, at Reply

      pointing a weapon at a person and pulling the trigger is not an accident.

    • Posted by RiotforPeacePlz, at Reply

      Is that better or worse then raping them….

    • Posted by RiotforPeacePlz, at Reply

      No there is no accident if you shoot a hostage.

    • Posted by Bobby Fletcher, at Reply

      So, if they’re robbing, raping, and, then, shooting innocent civilians…just to cover it all up…well, dosn’t that make them a terrorist regime?? And, if that is so…then, shouldn’t NATO be sanctioning and drone-striking them, too?

  2. Posted by Gary Turbo, at Reply

    Trump supporters like watching police brutality

    • Posted by yzeew, at Reply

      When you chant #BlueLivesMatter you are supporting a necessary service for a civil society. One can chant both #BlueLivesMatter and #BlackLivesMatter and mean it.

    • Posted by Gustav The Mad, at Reply

      Nothing is more satisfying than criminals getting what they deserve.

    • Posted by Sean Ryan, at Reply

      +Gustav The Mad nothing more satisfying than seeing trumpanzees get beat up.

    • Posted by Gustav The Mad, at Reply

      +Sean Ryan Who said I like Trump?

  3. Posted by UNC GRAD, at Reply

    *Trumps golfing vacations are costing us through the roof!*
    *Melania not wanting to live in the WH with the Orange Buffoon is costing us through the roof!*

    • Posted by Jim is the man, at Reply

      @Hugo: You should look into the details of that “third home” thingy and find out the facts. People who post that nonsense make themselves look really dumb. I’m no Bernie fan, but that’s BS. As for “donate his money” – that’s a popular contard parrot point. How about we create some tax fairness instead and make GE, the hedge fund managers, and Trump pay their fair share?
      You’ll notice Trump put “Tax Reform” on the way, way, way back burner… and when the White House even mentions it, it’s tax-cuts for the wealthy, not reform for the middle class. The bill will be a giveaway to the rich/corporations and it will screw over the middle class, but you’ll get a hard-on for the $200 savings they promise you.

    • Posted by Jim is the man, at Reply

      @Skittle: At the current rate, Trump will spend on vacations in ONE year what Obama spent in EIGHT years. Oddly, you don’t hear the contards complaining about vacation costs anymore!

    • Posted by Anne Mander, at Reply

      + Hugo V One reporter was sent anonymously one (1) return for a single tax year; one that did not include schedules or itemized deductions. Recall also that Trump benefited from a carryover loss of nearly $1 billion. That hardly amounts to Trump “paying his fair share of taxes.”

  4. Posted by Conor McGregor's Pool Noodle, at Reply

    I would let a cop beat me for a 7 or 8 figure payday

    • Posted by AniMoSoul, at Reply

      Well if you’ll let them do that then for 9 I’m sure you’ll let them Amadu Dialo you for sure. Google it.

    • Posted by Kevin Carey, at Reply

      are you of the darker persuasion…if not your not getting a penny of that ghetto lottery

    • Posted by rozozzy, at Reply

      so true..lmao  that’s been my argument the whole time…

    • Posted by rozozzy, at Reply

      don’t worry…he’ll offer some PEPSI at the right moment!!!lmao

  5. Posted by roger Brownfield, at Reply

    they need to sue the people who developed​ the training programs. the whole country has been trained wrong.

    • Posted by J. C B, at Reply

      roger Brownfield the police develop their own

    • Posted by roger Brownfield, at Reply

      +J. C B​​ BS there are national “standards” haven’t you ever heard of POST training. Police officer standardized training. It’s like CPR there are about two use of force curriculums in the nation
      that you can pick from to be “certified.” And they are the same anyway. That’s like saying doctors don’t get the same CPR class from coast to coast. It’s a corporate curriculum pushed out nation wide. Each department has its own policies but the training is ALL the same. That’s why they all say they “were in fear for their life” when they shoot someone. They’ve all been trained to say that for the court system.

    • Posted by Aaron Henderson, at Reply

      Nothing to do with training, IMO…it’s the screening process…most of these aggressive d-bags should never have been able to become officers…simple as that. Doesn’t matter what the training is, they do this because there are ZERO repercussions, it really is that simple…don’t punish their actions appropriately, and you are basically endorsing it…common sense, again, but everyone refuses to see it so simply.

    • Posted by roger Brownfield, at Reply

      +Aaron Henderson it’s the training they all do the same thing, then oddly they all say the same thing in a very methodical way. They’ve all been trained to be afraid for their lives. We used to respect police because they took great risk upon themselves and they might not go home at the end of the day. Now the public is at risk, and they are trained to go home at the end of the day. They tell them, make sure you go home. The problem is they are going home at the publics expense and without their honor at the end of the day all to often. They got corporatized which is all about transferring risk onto the public and corporate training is incapable of understanding honor. The police should sue the people who developed the training if they ever get charged.

  6. Posted by Julio Barbosa, at Reply

    Christians are zombies

    • Posted by WikeddTung, at Reply

      Well, Christ was certainly a revenant.

    • Posted by Dustin Zilbauer, at Reply

      +Julio Barbosa Agreed. That’s what makes a nasty religion like Islam that much more tragic. They kill people and make Muslim nations cesspools of human misery for absolutely nothing.

    • Posted by Julio Barbosa, at Reply

      +Dustin Zilbauer Yup. They’re like 400-500 years behind.

    • Posted by Jim is the man, at Reply

      @Juilo: He has risen, mothafucka! He has risen!

      Stay tuned for _The Return of Zombie Jesus: The Sequel_

    • Posted by Julio Barbosa, at Reply

      +Jim is the man I thought; he risen from the underground tunnel to the U.S again.

  7. Posted by Demon Phoenix, at Reply

    its getting expensive to beat people’s asses

    • Posted by rozozzy, at Reply

      thanks…..liter or case…lmao

    • Posted by Howlbigbadwolf, at Reply

      Demon Phoenix to them, it’s money well spent, what a twisted world.

    • Posted by Michelle Michelle, at Reply

      Demon Phoenix Right. But if they thought for a minute they would have to pay with their lives, the game would change.b

  8. Posted by JustMish 2U, at Reply

    They are policing themselves just like the RepubliDICKS. Breeds corruption.

    • Posted by HideousConformity, at Reply

      +Mike Ehrmantraut Of course that goes without saying. No matter the crime, whatever the maximum penalty is, it should be reserved for cases where the defendant has been proven guilty beyond any doubt.

  9. Posted by Question: Who is The US Government - Answer: They Train, Arm and Finance Terrorist Groups?, at Reply

    Alex Jones flip flop more than Trump and Spicer

    • Posted by Rachel Schmied, at Reply

      ….flop around like a beached whale on meth

    • Posted by The Truth, at Reply

      Rachel Schmied 😂😂😂

  10. Posted by EveningGoDs, at Reply

    If the officer is found guilty they should be held accountable for a percentage of the cities pay out

    • Posted by WikeddTung, at Reply

      Of course! That’s why they get away with being a total criminal organization to begin with. Police Unions will go after any politician that wants to reform them. They call them “soft on crime” and scare the stupid public to vote against them.
      It would be virtually impossible in big cities like NY & LA to pass legislation making cps individually liable for civil suits, but it can happen more easily in smaller cities and towns and if enough of them do it, it would become more feasible for the rest of the country.

    • Posted by WikeddTung, at Reply

      avin r
      Do you know what 20% of $6 million is? Take 20% of NYC’s payout of over $200 million out of the pockets of individual cops and they’d never get paid.
      The problem with handing down unrealistic punishments is that it would eventually lead to caps on payouts.
      No, 20% of multimillion dollar judgements/settlements is plenty out of a cop’s pension. It basically wipes it out.

    • Posted by Jim is the man, at Reply

      @WikeddTung – That’s the problem: Politicians are afraid to go against them because of the direct backlash – thug cops will create both physical and political havoc for them and anyone allied with them. Not to mention, cops have all the stupid clueless people on their side ignoring facts… the Trump voter aka “old white guys get off my lawn” crowd. They think anyone who doesn’t kiss cop butt is a damn-hippie from the 70’s and a snowflake liberal.

    • Posted by Eon Flux, at Reply

      EveningGoDs cops uphold a corrupt system. no politician would go against police that carry out corrupt and immoral laws, and steal money from the poor for the state.

  11. Posted by xavier wilson, at Reply

    Is America great again ?

    • Posted by Code951, at Reply

      xavier wilson almost; all we have to do is put the Jim Crow laws back in action along with lynching people who aren’t heterosexual white people. 😒 fuckers 😡

    • Posted by Jim is the man, at Reply

      @Carl – just ignore the racist troll dbags. Or report them if you like, it’s just a click to the right. But don’t feed them.

    • Posted by Kenji Ota, at Reply


    • Posted by Tagger Tag, at Reply

      xavier wilson America has always sucked. Get over yourselfs you glorified Europeans.

  12. Posted by WillyM79, at Reply

    Just fire the incompetent and crooked cops and hire ones that can do their jobs

    • Posted by Laverne Blaszczyk, at Reply

      that’s brilliant!! do that immediately!!

    • Posted by steelersguy74, at Reply

      WillyM79 the police unions make sure all the assholes stay employed.

    • Posted by Velma Fisher, at Reply

      unions do not protect bad. That would be the ineffective upper management and training.

  13. Posted by SistersAreDoingIt ForThemselves, at Reply

    Raping a woman and other sexual assaults are actually apart of the lawsuits. Should i even fear criminals anymore…PITIFUL That so many pigs are representing a badge that’s meant to honor but hey if other officers don’t care about their image..👋

    • Posted by scotaloo7 7g7, at Reply

      I was talking about the 51 million. They gave 6 million to 1 person. It might be a lot of money but there’s only a low amount of cases.
      Apparently you’re too stupid to even understand this.

    • Posted by Jim is the man, at Reply

      They operate with immunity and they know it. These are cities paying out: Cops never pay out in any way… there’s rarely even any discipline at the PD.

    • Posted by Aaron Henderson, at Reply

      OK…so can I rape your mom, and then throw $$$ at her to shut her mouth about it? Oh wait, that only works if I am a police officer. Also, how about this…if I am walking down the sidewalk, and walk right by a woman being mugged, and choose to not do anything about it, does that make me a good person? Cause I wasn’t doing anything wrong…see what I am saying? Every cop who seals his or her lips and chooses silence is PART of this, whether you want to see it that way or not. You can’t be indifferent…cops need to start sticking up for what is right, outing corruption…or YES, they are just as responsible…it’s the police as a whole that are an issue. Not just a few rotten individuals….sorry….it’s pretty obvious if you care to think about it for a second…

  14. Posted by Casey Ryan, at Reply

    Well, what can I say, maintaining White Supremacy is expensive.

    • Posted by scotaloo7 7g7, at Reply

      Cops kill more white people than black people… Also are you assuming that they’re racist because of the color of their skin?

    • Posted by Ms. Gem1n183, at Reply

      Michael Woodard my last​name is Woodard 😊

    • Posted by Eon Flux, at Reply

      ObeyYourMaster yup and their indoctrinated to prop up a corrupt system. pkease watch cop interviews on YouTube.

    • Posted by scotaloo7 7g7, at Reply

      And? Black people commit more crime so cops interact more with them. Black people committed more murder than the rest of races combined yet cops kill more white people. There’s multiple studies that show how cops are more hesitant to shoot black people and the numbers back it up. Still not enough to convince biased people that don’t care about the truth.

  15. Posted by Mike Gross, at Reply

    sue the cops, not the city taxpayers

    • Posted by Nate Hoffman, at Reply

      Slash budgets, destroy pensions. Honestly, they should have to pay insurance like doctors. They should also be trained and paid better.

    • Posted by Cameo Joi83, at Reply

      Mike Gross Well we could except the police are protected by the Police Unions and the Union can’t be touched. those police unions pay off a lot of politicians, judges, etc. in the form of “election donations”. Now we have a white supremacist Atterney General Jeff Sessions whos really doubling down

    • Posted by Jim is the man, at Reply

      This has nothing to do with Police Unions (despicable as they are), etc. Cops are shielded from doing what they do on the job by state legislation. The only time they can be liable is in an extreme case, like the rape. Otherwise, doing something like strangling Eric Garner in an illegal choke-hold for selling individual cigarettes, even when captured on video, is considered as shielded by the immunity of the job role.

    • Posted by Bobby Fletcher, at Reply

      Jim Yes. But, it is the Unions that, among the long list of other illegal, immoral, or, otherwise highy-questionable things that they do, lobby for the local and state agencies to do things like have regulation and oversight quelled…effectively facilitating legislation, themselves. And, thereby enacting many of the problematic trends in policing, to which more and more people, both on the city-streets and Interstate highways (respectively), are exposed.
      I suppose that my point is that it is both the unions and the state legislators who are closely, if not, equally at the root of the problem. Even though it is only the latter, who technically effect the actual legislation, itself. And, as such, equal public-outrage, as well as no small amount of sunlight, should be rightfully directed, at them both.

    • Posted by WikeddTung, at Reply

      Cops do get sued but as agents of the State [the People] they’re actions represent the State so the State has to pay their damages.
      What we need to do is cities need to pass legislation making individual pigs and their unions responsible for paying judgements and settlements that come out of brutality, civil-rights abuses, wrongful arrest and wrongful death civil suits brought against them. Even if it’s just a portion; 15% or 20% that needs to come out of individual pensions and union coffers before the citizens have to pay one dime.
      This would give them plenty of incentive to think about their actions before committing them.

  16. Posted by Rebecca Benway, at Reply

    And what does the house elf, Jeff Sessions want to do? Give the cops even MORE POWER!

    • Posted by Rachel Schmied, at Reply

      Jeffy is a free elf, he is

    • Posted by Michelle Michelle, at Reply

      Rebecca Benway Right!

  17. Posted by nya, at Reply

    they’re not being held accountable if they can just settle lawsuits with taxpayer money. and if the officer just gets rehired after being reprimanded

    • Posted by Michelle Michelle, at Reply

      nya So true

  18. Posted by RobinHood1969, at Reply

    We are paying for our own slavery! ugh

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    • Posted by Michelle Michelle, at Reply

      RobinHood1969 True