NYPD eyes web pages of police recruits
By Larry Celona
New York Post
NEW YORK, N.Y. — It's a sign of the times.
The NYPD is requiring police recruits who have MySpace or Facebook pages to watch as an investigator sifts through their most private postings, The Post has learned.
The measure is designed to weed out would-be cops who litter their Web sites with violent or explicit imagery, racist rants and any other material deemed objectionable, a law-enforcement source said.