The Detectives’ Endowment Association, Inc. — Michael J. Palladino, President

Detectives Endowment Association on NY1 – New York, NY

January 15, 2015

Detectives Endowment Association on NY1 – New York, NY

NY1 1/14/2015 10:36:37 AM: …been highly critical of the nypd. there was small gathering that included members of the clergy and eric garner’s mother who prayed for unity. “we wish to join in brotherhood and sisterhood.” back at the rally in kew gardens… the head of the Detectives‘ endowment association was the only local police union representative at the rally. michael palladino spoke briefly…thanking the crowd for their support. “the rally was the first of several that are scheduled to be held across the five boroughs, and while the turnout was low, organizers say they believe the numbers will be greater for the next one.” “we are looking for a bigger turnout in brooklyn. we hope to have maybe 5000 people from brooklyn. when we get up to the bronx we will see what happens up there.” the next rally is set for january 20th. in kew gardens, ruschell boone ny1. a bill that would make police chokeholds illegal doesn’t have mayor de blasio’s su pport. the mayor swoayus ldhe v eto the legislation if the city council passes it in its current form. a spokesman says the mayor believes the nypd’s internal policy is the best way to monitor and regulate the practice. he also believes retraining the police force will be an important way to make progress on the issue. the measure was introduced after the death of eric garner, who was placed in what appeared to be a chokehold during an arrest. chokeholds are police commissioner bill bratton appeared on inside city hall last night where he discussed the nypd inspector general’s recent report on police chokeholds. the report looked at 10 chokehold complaints against the department that were substantiated by the civilian complaint review board. the ccrb recommended serious discipline, but those punishments were never handed out by then-police commissioner ray kelly. but bratton says there are a lot of things to consider while reviewing a chokehold claim against an officer. “we seek to guide our officers through our policies and procedures. no prohibition is absolute, so that if an officer is in a life- threatening situation he would be able to use any means possible to protect his life or the life of anoother.” bratton has not yet had any ccrb chokehold reviews come before him it’s time now for a short break, but when the news continues we’ll take another look at our weather on the ones forecast. plus…we’ll update the markets — from the floor of the new york stock exchange. …

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