Victory in NYPD Quota Case Protects Speech of Officers, Public Employees

February 26, 2015 — In a victory for the free speech rights of police officers and all public employees, a federal appeals court this morning ruled that when an NYPD officer and whistleblower exposed an illegal quota system in his Bronx precinct that his speech was protected. The case was brought by the New York Civil Liberties Union.
Full Story  |  Topics: Due Process and Justice, Freedom of Speech and Religion, New York City
Around the Web