On today’s show Detective Small shares stories of corruption in the police department and one of many police brutality cases he was involved.
But first, we begin our discussion on an article in the NY Daily News on racism at the 66th Precinct.
the 66th covers a mostly diverse community which includes Chinatown, Borough Park and Sunset Park.
It is here that Michael Moy, a 24 year veteran of the department , got into fight with white detectives and was placed on modified duty.
The Asian American detective says he got tired of the “frat house” environment and racist jokes including the mocking of his accent.
Was a fight between the officers the best way to deal with this? How should detective Moy have handled the situation?
Detective Small has a lot of experience in this area that includes one incident that almost cost him his job. Listen:Continue reading S3E3:Racism AT THE 66, police brutality cases and intervention