Lawsuit claims NJ police impose a quota system
Claim alleges that officers who don't make enough arrests are punished
CAMDEN, N.J. — A federal lawsuit filed yesterday against city and state officials alleges that Camden police officers who don't make enough arrests and pedestrian stops are punished, along with those who criticize the practice.
The "quota" practice, the lawsuit alleges, is illegal.
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