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NYPD anti-discrimination chief retires amid investigation into racist posts

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James Kobel was commanding officer for division responsible for preventing and investigating employment and harassment claims


Classic NYPD.



A New York City police officer tasked with leading its workplace anti-discrimination office has chosen to retire rather than face a 30-day suspension without pay for posting racist messages to a online platform for police officers



For more than a year he attacked primarily Black and Jewish people, as well as women and the LGBTQ+ community.


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