The Civilian Grievance Evaluation Board, the oversight company that investigates and prosecutes complaints of misconduct involving the NYPD, really useful in October that 65 officers be disciplined for his or her actions in the course of the Black Lives Matter protests in the summertime of 2020. Fred Davie, the chair of the CCRB, joined Errol Louis to debate the case and the current trial proceedings in opposition to Ed Mullins, the now former president of the Sergeants Benevolent Affiliation. He additionally mentioned his push for accountability and transparency, the Black Lives Matter motion and the talk over bail reform. He defined why he’s a fan of Dermot Shea, the present police commissioner. And he talked about his path from being a Presbyterian minister to main the CCRB.
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