Police Union Sues NYPD Over New Performance Evaluations

By Dan Prochilo (January 31, 2014, 1:29 PM EST) -- The New York Police Department was hit with a suit Tuesday by the city's police union claiming that revisions the department made to its procedures for evaluating officers were unlawful because it imposed them without consulting or negotiating with the union.

The New York Patrolmen's Benevolent Association asked a New York state judge to enforce a decision by the city's Board of Collective Bargaining that was partly in the union's favor, but to reverse its finding that the NYPD was within its rights to compel officers to carry around a form and use it to document all of their enforcement activities,...

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