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The CCRB Just Posted Data On 192K Police Misconduct Allegations

The majority of police misconduct complaints filed with the Civilian Complaint Review Board, an independent city agency that assesses claims of police misconduct, pertain to incidents that allegedly took place late on a Friday night or overnight Saturday into early Sunday morning, according to a new data visualization published this afternoon. As for the nature of those complaints, new graphs and tables show how many force allegations have pertained to a pointed gun versus a chokehold, and how offensive language allegations have pertained to race versus gender or sexual orientation.
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