An NYPD officer is claiming that he was the victim of sexual harassment on the part of his female boss, who made inappropriate comments about his physique and once grabbed his crotch in a truly bizarre encounter. NYPD Officer Risel … More » The post NYPD Cop Says Female Boss Grabbed His Crotch appeared first on EveryJoe.
The NYPD is actively opposed to transparency. It does all it can to thwart outsiders from accessing any info about the department's inner workings. This has led to numerous lawsuits from public records requesters. It has also led toShow More Summary
NYPD detectives are reportedly flying to Los Angeles next week to interview women who say they were sexually assaulted by Harvey Weinstein.
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A cyclist who was run over by a tractor trailer driver on the Upper West Side last week died from his injuries on Wednesday, according to the NYPD. [ more › ]
Deputy commissioner says the system is "backed up"; IT staff affidavit says otherwise.
Two months after promising to look into complaints about electric bicycles in certain Manhattan neighborhoods, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced his plan on Thursday to address this "growing safety problem" by directing the NYPD to crack down on e-bike scofflaws and their employers. [ more › ]
Police are hoping the public can help them find a man accused of groping a woman, and then attacking her after she tried to defend herself. [ more › ]
Flawed sex crime investigations are described in a confidential 2013 draft of a NYPD memo obtained by Newsweek.
Officer Wayne Isaacs faces 25 years to life in prison for the murder of Delrawn Small.
"She'd make comments like, 'Wow, Martinez, you're getting bigger, you're getting stronger,' " the five-year NYPD veteran told the Daily News.
The family of Robert Durst’s first wife Kathie claim the NYPD covered up evidence of his involvement in her death.
In the 1982 missing person report Robert Durst filed with the NYPD about his wife Kathie, he didn’t even know her eye color.
Mayor Bill de Blasio shifted tactics Thursday in his crackdown on motorized bicycles, saying the city will sic the cops on business owners rather than their delivery workers. On Jan. 1 the NYPD will... To view the full story, click the title link.
New York City's $US25.9 million database holding information on tens of millions of dollars in unclaimed forfeitures could experience a technical failure at any time with little hope of recovering the underlying information,Courthouse News reported this week. More »
A 38-year-old Bed-Stuy man turned himself in to police Wednesday night in connection to a rape in Bushwick last weekend, police said at a press conference Thursday. Jason Lasry, 38, is in custody and isn't expected to be arraigned until later tonight, according to a spokesman for the Brooklyn District Attorney's Office. [ more › ]
The New York City Police Department has not bothered to back up data on millions of dollars worth of property it's seized from New Yorkers, a surprised Manhattan Supreme Court Judge learned Tuesday. [ more › ]
The NYPD is hoping the public can help them locate two girls who haven't been seen in their Bayside homes since Wednesday afternoon. Update: The police now say the girls "returned home and were reunited with family." [ more › ]
“SHOCKED” OR “SHOCKED, SHOCKED?” Judge shocked to learn NYPD’s evidence database has no backup. As part of an ongoing legal battle to get the New York City Police Department to track money police have grabbed in cash forfeitures, an attorney for the city told a Manhattan judge on October 17 that part of the reason […]
As NYPD and the London Metropolitan Police have begun investigating potential criminal complaints against Harvey Weinstein, the LAPD today formally announced they are now looking into allegations of rape against the disgraced producer. "The...Show More Summary