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Saturday, March 27, 2010

Why New York City Has Less Corrupt Cops

A pretty good read on why New York City has relatively less police and official corruption is explained in this Sunday New York Times story.
The other major reason:  New York City has an active and highly competitive press corps which, although underpaid, still strives to undercover problems like corruption through some often excellent investigative reporting.   The Times, Daily News and Post are dependably concerned about these stories, as they are always good for a scoop.   Not to be left out of the equation:  The Village Voice, whose in-depth reports are often the best of any of these publications.
The relative lack of serious competition among suburban papers is a major reason why cultures of corruption seem to proliferate in the ring of suburbs around New York.

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