A 29-year-old NYPD officer was arrested this week after she crashed her unregistered motorcycle into two cars on Staten Island, and police found she was carrying drug paraphernalia on her. And this marks the third serious arrest for Stacey Staniland in the past eight months—and despite all these incidents, she still works for the department. [ more › ]
The NYPD is on high alert this holiday, from snipers and radiation detectors on the ground to digital ears in the Twittersphere. The last thing the NYPD wants to do is panic people as they gather to celebrate July 4th. Although theyShow More Summary
The police arrested a woman for allegedly harassing her estranged boyfriend—and endangering their seven-month-old baby in the process. [ more › ]
The man who filmed the death of Eric Garner at police hands has been arrested for a third time since filming the incident. Supporters raised over $40,000 to get him out of jail only two months ago.
Last night a group called Disarm the NYPD met at Fort Greene Park to burn American and Confederate flags to protest "America's long history of institutionalized racism and murderous violence against black people." [ more › ]
New York City had its safest June since 1993, according to NYPD officials who are eager to point out the overall decrease in crime even as shootings and murders remain slightly higher than they were a year ago. [ more › ]
The erstwhile commissioner, who blames minority communities for tension between police and civilians, also wants cops to try out body cameras.
New York has a plan to protect the city's massive fireworks show
The NYPD is about to do the time warp — again.
An activist group called “Disarm NYPD” created a “Burn the American Flags” event on Facebook to call like-minded protesters to a Brooklyn park Wednesday evening in order to “set fire to this symbol of oppression.” However, their plans were thwarted … More » The post Activists Planned to Burn American Flag in NYC Park appeared first on EveryJoe.
The NYPD is seeing some success in bringing more black cops to the force.
The NYPD said it's on track to have less than 100,000 felony crimes by the end of the year for the first time in department history.
After yet another tourist successfully climbed the Brooklyn Bridge and put a wrinkle in the NYPD's security theater, Deputy Commissioner for Counterterrorism and Intelligence John Miller assured New Yorkers that this was no biggie. But...Show More Summary
The Tennessee tourist who scaled the cables along the Brooklyn Bridge to snap a selfie isn’t a daredevil — he’s an idiot.
There were fewer major crimes in the city last month than in any month of June since cops started compiling detailed statistics in 1993, the NYPD said Wednesday. Murders dropped...
When the Supreme Court ruled for full marriage equality Friday, the New York Police Department joined the ACLU and the throngs of other groups that turned their logos rainbow. But that support of the LGBT community does not extend to...Show More Summary
Back in 2013 and then 2014, first JPM followed by the NYPD decided to take directly to the Tweeting public and bring up their flailing PR quotient. The result for both JPM and the NYPD was nothing short of a disaster. Now, it is the president who has decided to interact directly with the tweeting audience as part of #AskPOTUS. Show More Summary
NYPD Commissioner for Counterterrorism John Miller says NYPD will be on high alert for the upcoming July 4 holiday.
The NYPD plans to shackle the legs of all suspects charged with violent crimes in the wake of last week’s prisoner escape in Harlem.
Police brutality and stop-and-frisk affect black and brown women at nearly the exact same rate as black and brown men, but their stories aren’t told as frequently; this video by Fusion’s Collier Meyerson seeks to right that a little bit, as two black women in New York City detail their experiences with NYPD violence. Read more...