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Category:Trinidad and Tobago musicALBANY, N.Y. (Reuters) – New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and three of his police commissioners on Wednesday asked the U.S. Justice Department to investigate the New York Police Department’s use of force on minority groups and said that the city’s patrol car dashboard video system used to document such incidents should be opened to the public.

The governor’s call to federal authorities follows a series of fatal police stops of blacks and Latinos, the practice known as “stop-and-frisk,” in the heavily Democratic state.

The ad hoc task force, which was formed in the wake of the killing last August of Eric Garner by police in Staten Island, issued more than 100 recommendations, including more thorough use-of-force training by the police.

“The task force identified some deficiencies in our community policing and our use of force policies,” Cuomo told reporters on a conference call at the state Capitol.

“We look forward to the Department of Justice coming in, having their own independent review, and seeing what their recommendations are.”

The Justice Department has criticized New York’s use of force policies, saying they are subjective and allow excessive use of force by police.

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said in a recent interview that the agency will likely send a federal monitor to the state.

A spokesman for the U.S. Attorney’s office said they had no immediate comment on whether the Justice Department will send a monitor to New York.

The Justice Department has conducted a series of wide-ranging reviews of police use of force in cities across the United States. In 2011, the agency sent monitors to Philadelphia and Cleveland.

The Justice Department completed a nationwide review of the nation’s nearly 50,000 law enforcement agencies in July 2012. The report found excessive force by police in at least 2,000 cases.

The task force’s recommendations also include ways to reform the NYPD’s use of force policies and force-imposing procedures, including revised training for civilians, additional discipline and suspension of officers, as well as how the department tracks and reports use of force.

“They need to be more transparent. They need to be more intentional about communicating to us,” said Alfred J. Exley, who is the commissioner of the state Division of Criminal Justice Services and

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AJAX in modal, call inner function when close dialog

I’m trying to use the onClose function of jQuery modal to pass on a message back to my AJAX response, but can’t get it to work.
I have a section of HTML containing an AJAX response and then a modal dialog with a button that closes the modal and passes back the results of the AJAX response to a function for processing.
my function that calls the modal, looks like this:
var targetModal = $(‘#my-modal’);
onClose: function(dismissed) {
type: ‘POST’,
dataType: ‘json’,
url: “handle-response”,
data: dismissed
.done(function(result) {
.fail(function(result) {

Here is the $.ajax response that works:
function handleResponse(dismissed) {