WASHINGTON — In a blistering condemnation of the second-largest police force in the United States, the Justice Department is accusing the Puerto Rico Police Department of a “profound” and “longstanding” pattern of civil rights violations and other illegal practices that have left it “broken in a number of critical and fundamental respects.”
Read the New York Times article in the link below. Be sure to pay extra attention to paragraphs 3, 4 and 5. I urge all police officers to ask yourselves if you really believe Raymond Kelly and Michael Bloomberg are going to defend you when the FBI comes to arrest you for Constitutional rights violations and discrimination.
They indirectly force you to violate certain people's rights to meet performance goals and then act like they never knew you had to break the law to meet your monthly arrest and ticket quotas.
NYPD hero and Whistle blower Adil Polanco stays home with his family everyday and collects close to $90,000 a year for doing the right thing and exposing police department corruption and so can you. You can either expose corruption now within the NYPD or share the same fate as the 1,700 police officers in Puerto Rico that thought they were untouchable but are now behind bars.
New York Times article : http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/08/us/08police.html?pagewanted=all