NYPD Issues Changes To How It Deals With Fare Beaters Following Video Of Bronx Arrest
The New York Police Department has issued changes to how its officers deal with fare beaters following an internal review and a controversial arrest made in the Bronx last week. An NYPD internal order sent to officers and obtained by TV 10/55 shows that as a direct result of the video and arrest, officers are now being told they cannot make random stops of people getting off of buses. CBS 2's Don Champion reports.
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