City Council passes big NYPD reforms, including chokehold ban

The New York City Council on Thursday voted to pass a sweeping set of police reforms that include a ban on chokeholds and greater transparency when it comes to NYPD surveillance. “it’s the right thing to do,” Mayor Bill de Blasio said. “We have to give people confidence that policing will be fair, and I’m convinced this legislation will do it, and I will be signing it.” Twenty five days after the outcry over the in-custody death of George Floyd, the New York City Council passed six different pieces of police reform legislation, including two sponsored by Councilmber Vanessa Gibson.
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