New York state lawmakers are pushing for a new set of reforms they argue will provide more accountability over members of law enforcement by making the personnel records of those officers available to the public and tracking data on arrest and criminal patterns across the state.

The legislative package is opposed by the New York City Police Benevolent Association, which said on Tuesday the legislation would create a system where information could be taken out of context or used to harass members of law enforcement.

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