AL BAKER and RAY RIVERA
The New York Times
September 10, 2010

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For nearly every New Yorker who has received a summons in the city — caught at a checkpoint monitoring seat-belt use, or approached by a small army of police officers descending on illegally parked cars — quotas are a maddening fact of life.

No matter how often the Police Department denies the existence of quotas, many New Yorkers will swear that officers are sometimes forced to write a certain number of tickets in a certain amount of time.

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Now, in a secret recording made in a police station in Brooklyn, there is persuasive evidence of the existence of quotas.

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