Can police police their own? NYPD as a case study.

Posted on AllSides March 3rd, 2023
From The Center
Defense and Security, Police, Police Reform, NYPD
Yuki Iwamura/AP

The NYPD has been the nation’s foremost laboratory of police reform. So as the country wrestles with how best to find ways forward on policing, New York stands out as a crucial case study.

In 1994, when Joseph Giacalone was just two years and change on the job with the New York Police Department, he found himself in the middle of a shootout at a warehouse in the Bronx. 

It would be the first and only time he’d fire his gun at a suspect.

After a decorated, two-decade career, the...

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