N.Y. city council moves to increase police transparency

04/28/2013 | New York Observer, The

The New York City Council has unanimously approved a measure to require the Police Department to report criminal data monthly to the Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications. The data will be used to create a database and crime maps. The law is meant to increase police accountability and transparency.

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