At NYPD tribunals, public can see trial but can't get result

NEW YORK, N.Y. - Each day in a drab set of courtrooms, anybody can sit and watch New York City police officers face administrative trials accusing them of misconduct ranging from disobeying orders to aggressive arrests resulting in a suspect's death.

But most outcomes of such trials — whether an officer is reprimanded, docked pay or put on probation — are not disclosed.

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