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Nassau County Police Department – PM



Between January 2012 and May 2015, the Nassau County Police Department reported 1,605 complaints resulting in a total of 2,601 allegations. This is equivalent to on average one complaint or two allegations per Nassau County sworn personnel. The most common allegations were Unprofessional Conduct (42%), Improper Tactics/Procedures (31%), and Excessive Force (8%). Of completed investigations, 51% of allegations were determined to be unfounded or resulted in exoneration, 39% were undetermined, and 7% were founded.

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Department Personnel Demographics

Additional Department Policies and Data:

  • Department Diversity
  • Enforcement of Low-level Offenses
  • Equitable Policing
  • Stops, Field Interviews, Search and Seizure
  • Surveillance Technology
  • Use of Force

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