Cops destroyed a Queens woman’s pool — then left her high and dry.
The city claims it can't find the NYPD’s original triple murder file that resulted in the wrongful convictions of two men.
The city’s former top cop lambasted de Blasio's administration for a report criticizing the NYPD's counter-terrorism investigations.
NEW YORK, NY--In a case that may have ramifications across the country, lawyers in New York City are arguing that the NYPD should be allowed to arrest and remove anyone talking to protesters if they don't move when requested by police. The...Show More Summary
The New York Police Department will no longer release information on discipline taken against officers who have broken department rules, the New York Daily News reports. The Daily News notes that for years journalists have been able to read a Personnel Orders bulletin that “lists...
The NYPD just got less transparent - it will no longer release information when it disciplines officers, the Daily News has learned.
The New York Police Department investigated Muslim groups and monitored Muslims without permission for five years, according to an inspector general’s report just released. Report authors who looked at sample cases between 2010 and 2015 found that of the cases involving “NYPD’s compliance with specific investigative rules,” 95 percent of them were investigations of individuals [...]
The Rockaways are known as a chillaxing spot for many a city escapist during the summer, but things were a little too laid back for the NYPD at one of the area's restaurants, where marijuana was discovered growing in the back yard. Cops...Show More Summary
Raccoons are trying to take back New York City. This has been a fact for some time, but it appeared, briefly, that we reached some sort of détente. But that's all over now—at least one "frisky" raccoon has managed to outwit the NYPD in Brooklyn not once, but twice this week. Our only hope now is to unleash an army of bipedal New Jersey bears to eat the raccoons. [ more › ]
The NYPD is still flouting legal guidelines governing its investigations of political activity, according to a report released Tuesday by the Office of the Inspector General for the department, which is part of the Department of Investigation. [ more › ]
The NYPD’s ShotSpotter system, which uses high-tech microphones to detect shootings and determine their location, lead cops to Chester St. and Riverdale Ave. in Brownsville just before 2 a.m.
The watchdog report accuses the NYPD of engaging in unauthorised probes and misusing undercover informants.
Former NYPD top cop Ray Kelly, whose memoir “Vigilance” is due out in paperback on Sept. 6, is updating the book with a bonus chapter to deal with the new wave of terrorists attacks in Paris, Brussels, San Bernardino, Orlando and elsewhere since Hachette published the best-seller a year ago. Kelly says small-town police forces...
Thousands of times a day NYPD cops make snap judgments — deciding to arrest, summons, detain, search or use force against people.
The Latest on a report by an independent police monitor on the NYPD surveillance practices (all times local):
Cops, literary figures and former governors remembered former NYPD First Deputy Commissioner John T. Timoney at his Tuesday funeral.
Manhattan resident Omar Villalobos says six New York police officers who were working on 42nd street did nothing after he was punched by a man who used an anti-gay slur before the alleged attack. The NY Post reports: “He had been staring at us, reall… Read The post NYPD Officers Ignored Anti-Gay Hate Crime, Says Alleged Victim appeared first on Towleroad.
The police department has routinely broken the rules regulating its investigations of Muslim groups over the last five years.
Three shady fishmongers were arrested yesterday as they allegedly attempted to sell off $491,000 worth of stolen eels on a street corner in Dyker Heights. Shortly before 3 p.m. Monday, NYPD officers say they discovered the men selling...Show More Summary
A pair of burglars struck the Indonesian Consulate in Manhattan early yesterday morning, taking advantage on an unlocked door. The NYPD has now released surveillance footage of the suspects, who stole a seemingly random array of items. [ more › ]