ALBANY — The job of an internal affairs investigator in New York State’s corrections department can be thankless work. So it was a rare occasion last month when officials summoned all 150 members of the unit to the department’s training academy here for a pep talk.
The past year had been an unusually bad one for the agency, with the escape of two convicted murderers from the Clinton Correctional Facility in northern New York and a series of federal investigations into brutality by officers. Click Link Below for More.
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