Less than three weeks have passed since the Second Avenue Subway line made its long-awaited debut, yet conflict is already brewing between the station's buskers and the NYPD. On Thursday afternoon, around a dozen subway performers gathered...Show More Summary
The family of a Brooklyn woman who seems to have died in police custody in Staten Island has filed court papers indicating they plan to sue the city, as well as possibly the Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority, and two borough hospitals who attended to her in her final hours. [ more › ]
An off-duty NYPD cop was busted for drunken driving after she crashed into another motorist in Queens, cops said.
The NYPD stripped a Brooklyn cop of his gun and shield Friday for punching a cuffed teenager, police said.
An NYPD computer technician was busted for selling officers’ personal information, authorities said Friday.
A U.S. Army recruiter was busted on child pornography charges after police tied him to 800 images of exploited young girls and infants.
An IT worker with access to NYPD personnel files released sensitive information of thousands of officers and tried to cash in on his position by selling data on individual members of the Finest, according to prosecutors. Idahosa Ighodaro, 37, an information technology administrator employed by the NYPD, was hit with charges of grand larceny, possession...
With Natalie Merchant, Mark Ruffalo and Cher leading the frozen hootenanny, a rally tonight outside the Trump International Hotel & Tower concluded with the crowd —estimated by the NYPD at 20K to 25K strong — singing the Woody Guthrie...Show More Summary
One of these things is not like the other. “Trump Tower, Armani, Gucci Only,” reads new signage posted to New York Police Department checkpoints on Fifth Avenue. It would appear the NYPD posted the signs after growing tired of inquiries from luxury shoppers about store closures near Trump Tower....
When NYPD Sergeant Hugh Barry reached for his gun rather than his taser and fatally shot 66-year-old Deborah Danner inside her Bronx apartment last October, the response from City Hall and the NYPD was swift and critical. Danner, who allegedly approached Barry brandishing a baseball bat, had struggled with mental health issues her entire life. Show More Summary
The school bus driver who ran over a woman in a Brooklyn crosswalk was, in fact, issued a summon by the NYPD, contrary to previous statements from an NYPD spokesperson. [ more › ]
The NYPD team set up to handle calls involving the mentally ill is fatally flawed.
The family of a 34-year-old woman who died in NYPD custody after being revived from an overdose will sue for information behind her death.
Officer Richard Haste broke one tactical rule after another in going after the 18-year-old, NYPD prosecutors said Wednesday.
Lin-Manuel Miranda's vowing to return to 'Hamilton' in honor of President Obama commuting the sentence of Oscar Lopez Rivera -- who was convicted for conspiracy against the U.S. government -- and some cops are outraged. Miranda said he'd be…
Police are searching for a man accused of exposing himself to a young child at a Queens discount store on Monday. According to the NYPD, the incident occurred inside the Dollar Tree, at 39-09 Queens Boulevard, around 12:25 p.m. on January 16, when the suspect "exposed his genitals to the 7 year-old female victim." [ more › ]
More NYPD cops are abandoning their blue uniforms before getting their pensions, the city’s largest police union charged on Tuesday.
On Friday afternoon a woman was run over in Brooklyn by a school bus driver as she walked across the intersection of Nostrand Avenue and Avenue M. Graphic video of the collision shows the driver turning directly into the woman, who was in the crosswalk and appeared to have the right of way, and continuing forward as she is dragged under the bus's wheels. [ more › ]
Despite it being exposed as racially biased and ruled unconstitutional by a federal judge, it seems the NYPD still misses stop-and-frisk. First, President-elect Trump praised it as the right way to combat violent crime (he's wrong),Show More Summary
“Who the hell would go to Bridgeport, Connecticut?” The third episode of Sneaky Pete opens with that question, as an NYPD officer on the payroll of Vince questions the Gretzky-obsessed loudmouth in the bar who was conned by Marius shortly after he got out of prison. Show More Summary