Second New York cop confirms illegal 'quota' systemBy Stephen C. Webster
The Raw Story
Mar. 22, 2013
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A second New York Police Department officer confirmed Wednesday that the departmentís management continued using a system of quotas for arrests and citations even after the legislature explicitly banned the practice.
Appearing in court to give testimony in a class action lawsuit against the NYPD, officer Pedro Serrano, 43, said he was labeled a ďratĒ for refusing to bring in the 20 citations and one arrest per month required of him.