Greensboro Could Pay Millions To Police Officers

5:44 AM, Aug 3, 2007   |    comments
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Greensboro, NC -- The EEOC says the city of Greensboro violated the employment rights of dozens police officers.

It's related to the "Black Book Scandal" during former police chief David Wray's administration.

It could cost the city millions of dollars.

To see the 6:00pm report from Frank Mickens, click the ON DEMAND link on the right of your screen.

To learn more about the scandal, read the stories below.

"Black Book" Used To Profile African-American Officers In The Greensboro Police Department

"Black Book" Leaves A Dark Cloud

Officer Sues Police Department, Former Chief, Claims He Was Targeted In "Black Book" Scandal

Greensboro Chief Of Police Locked Out

Greensboro Police Chief Steps Down

Former Chief Wray Makes Statement After Resignation

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