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Illinois Tosses Ticket Quotas

June 15, 2014
A new Illinois state law prohibits police agencies from assigning ticket quotas to rate officers' peformance.

NYPD Whistle Blower Loses Lawsuit

August 1, 2013
A federal judge has struck down a lawsuit by a whistleblower cop who claimed that his Bronx precinct had a highly developed quota system. NYPD Officer Craig Matthews argued that his bosses violated his free speech.

Video: Ala. Officer Allegedly Fired Over Quotas

July 26, 2013
A former Auburn (Ala.) Police officer tells Reason Magazine he was fired for speaking out about the agency's enforcement quotas that required officers to make 100 contacts per month.

Ala. Officer Allegedly Fired Over Quotas

July 26, 2013

Former Auburn (Ala.) Police Officer Justin Hanners says he was fired for speaking out about the agency's enforcement quotas that required officers to make 100 contacts per month. Read the full story here.

NYPD Inspector: I Never Punished Cops On Quotas

May 14, 2013
A New York City police deputy inspector who was secretly recorded by a subordinate testified that he never punished officers if they didn't meet quotas and didn't order race-based stops.

N.J. Cops Quarrel Over Quotas

March 27, 2013
Seven members of the East Orange (N.J.) Police Department said during in-person interviews that the chief has instituted a quota system, demanding more summonses, arrests, pedestrian and motorist stops with little justification.

Cop Sues NYPD, Claims Illegal Quotas

February 28, 2012
A New York City police officer working in the Bronx has sued the department, claiming the 42nd Precinct is ruled by an overzealous quota system that punishes officers.
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