The governor calls the NYPD‘s actions “troubling.”READ MORE: 12-Year-Old Brooklyn Boy Dies After Complaining Of Head Pain, NYPD Investigating
Cuomo says he supports the attorney general’s request that an outside monitor be appointed to oversee the NYPD.Woman, Child Injured In Times Square Shooting
“I think the people of the city deserve an apology. I think we have to work on now moving forward. The monitor is really the only thing the attorney general can ask for legally,” he said.
The governor says one mechanism is already in place that could speed up reform at the NYPD.
The city must submit a new public safety plan by April 1 or the police department won’t receive state funding.MORE NEWS: NYPD Searching For Suspects Accused Of Impersonating Police Officer, Robbing Queens Spa
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