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39 Police Officers of Greensboro Police Department File Discrimination Law Suit!

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According to the Carolina Peacemaker weekly newspaper, thirty-nine officers of color filed an EEOC Federal Discrimination lawsuit against the Greensboro North Caroline Police Department. The Coalition of Concerned Citizens believes that Assistant Police Chief Dwight Crott is recommending the officers for termination as a retaliatory measure. We have received reports that three officers that complained about misconduct have been terminated for non-criminal “administrative charges.” The Carolina Pacemaker reports Captain Charles Cherry was placed on administrative duty last month after assisting several of his subordinates with the filing of grievances. The Coalition of Concerned Citizens is calling for an outside investigation of the Police Department by an independent citizen board with subpoena powers or by the Unites States Justice Department. On Thursday September 2, 2010, we will discuss these allegation of misconduct by Greensboro Police Officials. The police officer complainants have been invited to join in the discussion.