Philadelphia PD Disciplines 72 Officers For Offensive Social Media Posts

Nicole Rojas
Jun 24, 2019 - 9:59

The Philadelphia Police Department placed 72 officers on desk duty as investigators look into offensive social media posts made by current and former officers, Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross recently announced. The commissioner said that some officers may be fired from the force. The social media posts were made public by the advocacy group The Plain View Project, which released thousands of Facebook...

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