Public perception of Times Square incident, lacks Racial Intelligence

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Times Square cops transferred over photos with topless women

Original post BY CHELSIA ROSE MARCIUS , LAURA BULT , ROCCO PARASCANDOLA
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Wednesday, August 19, 2015, 6:49 AM

 

Cops on patrol in Times Square on Tuesday said they were told not to take pictures with any topless women.

But the edict came a day late for two officers whose photo with a pair of topless ladies featured on the cover of Tuesday’s Daily News got them in hot water.

The officers were transferred to separate precincts for what a high-ranking official called a “lack of judgment.”

 

The officers had been assigned to the 71st Precinct in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. But Monday, they were in Times Square, taking part in a counterterrorism drill in which dozens of officers were dispatched to landmarks to create a visible presence.

“Punishing them in any way for it would be a miscarriage of justice,” said Patrick Lynch, president of the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association.

 

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