Fla. police investigating arrest quota claims


By Rafael A. Olmeda
Florida SUn-Sentinel

FORT LAUDERDALE — The Fort Lauderdale Police Department is investigating an officer's complaint accusing supervisors of instituting quotas for arrests and tickets, a department spokesman confirmed today.

Police spokesman Sgt. Frank Sousa said the department's internal affairs investigators were looking into the charges.

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