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“Abolish the Police” hangs across the subway station in the autonomous zone in lower Manhattan during a week long protest to occupy city hall. Photo: Ryland West/ALM

A new poll from Siena College shows wide support among New York voters for certain police reforms such as creating a national database on police misconduct. Yet most of the voters surveyed oppose the idea of “defunding” the police, according to the poll.

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Ryan Tarinelli

Ryan Tarinelli is a reporter at the New York Law Journal. He is based at the New York State Capitol in Albany, New York. He can be reached through email at rtarinelli@alm.com. Follow him on Twitter: @ryantarinelli.

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