New York Post
February 10, 2006

JUDGE FORCES NYPD TO OPEN COPS' RECORDS

By MURRAY WEISS, JENNIFER FERMINO and CYNTHIA R. FAGEN

An NYPD cop can pull in roughly $60,000 a year after five years on the job, while a PAPD officer would be topping $90,000 after the same amount of time.

Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Sheila Abdus-Salaam ordered the NYPD to make the records available to the PA immediately.