Tag: Nassau County Police Department
Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman signed an executive order Wednesday stating that Nassau County Police Department must release daily reports on each arrested individual’s pending criminal case and bail status.
The Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) is assisting in Nassau County Police Department's months-long search for the person who threw acid in the face of a young Elmont woman in March.
The Nassau County Police Department reportedly hired 17 former New York Police Department (NYPD) officers who were accused of misconduct over a 5-year period, sparking outrage among critics calling for police reform.
A group of civil rights advocates presented their plans for “reimagining public safety and policing on Long Island” to the Nassau County Legislature on Wednesday, 36 days before the county must submit its final police reform plan to New York State under Executive Order 203.
Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder outlined a list of proposed reforms during a public hearing held by the Nassau County Legislature’s Public Safety committee on Thursday.
Mark Vicars was pulled over by Nassau police acting on a tip.
Nassau taxpayers have unknowingly been paying millions of dollars as a consequence of lax oversight, mismanagement, neglect and/or willful ignorance.
“I am hoping as time goes by and things get better and we start hiring a little bit more, I think it will get better. I know it will get better. I know it’s getting better.”
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