Exposing The Corruption Of Newark Police Internal Affairs

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The Justice For All Show Announces "The Comparative Project to Measure the Effectiveness of the Newark New Jersey Police Department’s Internal Investigations and Discipline." This project will help determine whether or not the Newark New Jersey Police Department has protected cops who have committed crimes. It will also help determine whether or not Newark's Internal Affairs Division thoroughly investigated citizen complaints.

You can't fight crime when criminal cops run the police department.

The Internal Affairs Division has allegedly refused to investigate citizen complaints, and the complaints they claim to investigate are allegedly not thoroughly investigated. How can the residents of Newark have confidence that complaints they file against police officers for brutality and other acts of misconduct will be properly and thoroughly investigated?

In order to determine whether or not such alleged corruption facilitating practices occur, The Justice For All Show with the assistance and guidance of Advocates For Diversity In Our Schools will conduct “The Comparative Project to Measure the Effectiveness of the Newark New Jersey Police Department’s Internal Investigations and Discipline.”

Advocates For Diversity In Our Schools (A.D.I.OS.) decided to obtain information from the general public. Why bother with stonewalling tactics that prevent the public from obtaining basic information about the number and type of complaints filed by citizens? Advocates For Diversity In Our Schools simply obtained police misconduct information from the citizens. In duplicating the efforts of Advocates For Diversity In Our Schools, we at the Justice For All Show seek to contact anyone who has been a victim of Newark Police brutality or misconduct in the last ten years.

Citizens can go to the web site http://www.justiceforallshow.com, click on “Complaint Form” and fill out the complaint on line. You can also call us at (973) 494-7935

A live press conference will be held at the WASET Center 271 S. 9th Street at 13th Ave Newark, NJ on Wednesday February 24, 2010, at 12 noon

For additional information contact Samuel Clark at (570) 619-5271 or (215) 583-7057.

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