Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Kensingtonians in the News

Former Lt. Edith Lynn, retired Brooklyn Cop (and current Kensingtonian), has written a tell-all book about the inefficiencies of the NYPD.

From Brooklyn Eagle:
Is the average amount of time to process an arrest too long? Are police officers’ decisions being impacted by factors outside of their control? If so, what can we do to improve the situation?

These are some of the questions that retired Brooklyn police officer Edith Linn, currently a professor at Berkeley College in New York, asks in her new book, “Arrest Decision: What Works for the Officer?" (Read More)
Anyone have any stories of police inefficiency in the neighborhood?