Newark Police Agree to Court-Ordered Monitor After DOJ Probe

, New Jersey Law Journal


The Newark Police Department, under investigation by federal prosecutors for more than three years, has agreed to address numerous unconstitutional or otherwise illicit practices.

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  • NewarkGoingtoH

    Look how much of an impact their fervent policing has done in reducing crime. I‘m glad the DOJ wants to put another hand behind their back, why not take away their guns too and just make them arrest people by saying pretty please.

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