NYC Council Rejects Mayor’s Vetoes of Police Oversight Bills

New York’s City Council created an inspector general to review police practices, overriding Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s veto and putting another check on the stop-and-frisk policy he championed as a crime-fighting tool.
August 23, 2013

New York’s City Council created an inspector general to review police practices, overriding Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s veto and putting another check on the stop-and-frisk policy he championed as a crime-fighting tool.

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