REVEALED: Brooklyn cop with 75 allegations of misconduct against him has cost the city $1.5million in payouts as newly released NYPD disciplinary records show at least 4,000 of its 36,000 cops have at least one complaint on file | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

REVEALED: Brooklyn cop with 75 allegations of misconduct against him has cost the city $1.5million in payouts as newly released NYPD disciplinary records show at least 4,000 of its 36,000 cops have at least one complaint on file

One in nine police officers serving on the New York City Police Department's 36,000-strong force has at least one substantiated misconduct allegation in their personnel files, according to striking new data from the Civilian Complaint Review Board.

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