Police union holds news conference in New York | USA TODAY

Police union holds news conference in New York | USA TODAY



Police union holds a news conference regarding police reforms pending in New York.

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A new Washington Post-Schar School poll shows overwhelming national support for the protests prompted by George Floyd’s death last month. And that support is translating into change. New York’s Legislature has begun approving a series of measures aimed at police accountability.

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21 Comments

  1. Nate R

    Maybe people would be more interested in talking to the police force if there weren't so many wrongful death/injury videos where officers refused to take action when their coworkers were using unnecessary force. Also, Eric Garner died on July 17, 2014 and the officer wasn't officially fired until Aug. 19, 2019 , the union is trying to justify its existence but keeps proving that it doesn't give a shit about policing itself.

  2. Armando Sanchez

    The public gave police officers so much power why would they want to give up that power . The power to kill with little repercussions. People will forget when the next person is raped and killed people will demand tougher police to protect them

  3. Chris Hartmann

    I can honestly say that this is the first time I whole heartedly agree with what a union is saying .It is time for all of the unions across the nation to abandon their ties to the Democratic party . The party that is behind this . . Come to the light and support the Republicans if you want this BS to end .

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