Retired NYPD officers rally to support Community Safety Act

The act was vetoed by the mayor and

The act was vetoed by the mayor and would have imposed some changes to the NYPD. (August 20, 2013 7:28 PM)

Retired NYPD officers gathered today at 1 Police Plaza to rally in a show of support for the Community Safety Act. The retired NYPD officers voiced their support for the two bills which were recently vetoed by Mayor Michael Bloomberg, saying they would help stop illegal stop and frisks committed by the NYPD. The two bills would place stronger regulations against all forms of discriminatory profiling...

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