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Fort Greene Park Flag Burning Protest Takes Ironic Twist When Anti-NYPD Protesters Needed To Be Saved By The NYPD

In an ironic twist of fate, anti-NYPD group Disarm The Police had to be saved by the very people they were protesting against when their flag burning protest at Fort Greene Park in Brooklyn, New York was invaded by 40 large bikers from the Hallowed Sons Motorcycle Club. Show More Summary

Pride: From Anti-Police Riot to Police Recruitment Booths

On June 28, 1969, police performed a routine raid of a gay bar in New York City called the Stonewall Inn. However, not so routine was the response of the patrons, who were tired of being discriminated against for their sexuality and gender identity by the police. Show More Summary

Stacey Staniland: NYPD Cop Busted For 3rd Time Since December Calls Herself ‘Little Miss Dangerous’

Stacey Staniland is a 29-year-old New York City police officer who rides a motorcycle wearing a helmet inscribed with what presumably is the nickname she gives herself — “Little Miss Dangerous.” And indeed, Staniland lived up to that...Show More Summary

His racist colleagues were as dangerous as the criminals: Meet New York’s first black police officer

His life was threatened repeatedly and fellow officers were of little assistance. Samuel Battle fought on anyway

June 2015: Gay Marriage Decision Dominates Net Coverage; Alleged Police Misconduct 3X More Than Police Deaths

The hunt for convicted killers who escaped a prison in New York State was the most covered topic on the evening news broadcasts of ABC, CBS and NBC for the month of June. This was closely followed by coverage of the brutal massacre at...Show More Summary

Russian Natives Among New York Police's Newest Recruits

Natives from Russia and several other former Soviet states are among the new 822 NYPD officers.

NYPD Needs More Than Rainbows to Show its Support for LGBT Rights

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

New York City Police to Be on High Alert Ahead for July 4 Holiday

NYPD Commissioner for Counterterrorism John Miller says NYPD will be on high alert for the upcoming July 4 holiday.

Guy's 300-Mile Cab Ride to See Fiance Doesn't End Well

Police say a man who took a 300-mile cab ride across Pennsylvania to surprise his fiance has been jailed because he couldn't pay the $749 fare. Police say 35-year-old New York City resident John Williams Jr. took the taxi from Philadelphia to Uniontown with his children early Saturday. But when...

New York woman left son, 4, tied to bush, police say

2 days agoNews / Crime : Crimesider

Police say a neighbor called police after spotting the boy tied to a bush by a tether on his backpack

Mother tied 4-year-old son to bush

2 days agoNews / Crime : NYPost: Crime

SPRING VALLEY, N.Y. — Police say a New York mother who couldn’t handle her 4-year-old son tied him to a bush while she went into an apartment to baby-sit. Spring...

Uh, no. The fire and brimstone people aren’t going to start feeding and clothing the poor.

2 days agoNews : The Raw Story

This op-ed by David Brooks titled “The Next Culture War“, which asks social conservatives to drop all the sex policing stuff and instead do something like feed the poor, is topping the New York Times most-viewed and most-emailed lists. I’m guessing that is not because a bunch of...

Convicts In New York Prison Break Did 'Dry Run' Of Escape Plan: Prosecutor

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

The two convicts who escaped from a maximum-security prison in upstate New York on June 5 made a "dry run" of their plan the night before their brazen breakout, officials said. David Sweat, who was recaptured on Sunday, told police that...Show More Summary

Toddler Tied To Bush: Mom Ties 4-Year-Old Son On Leash To Bush While Working

A mom tied her toddler son to a bush in Spring Valley, New York so she wouldn’t miss a day of work. The 4-year-old boy was left alone on a sidewalk near an apartment building tied to a bush on his toddler leash, police report. NBC Channel...Show More Summary

Seattle Police Investigating 2 Officers Shown in Report

3 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

The inquiry concerned comments they made during a training session that was featured in a video and an article in The New York Times.

New York Prison Escape: 12 Prison Officials Placed On Leave As Escape Review Continues

The New York prison escape that led police on a three week manhunt for two escaped prisoners has left 12 prison officials, including the superintendent, on administrative leave as a review into the escape continues. According to ABCShow More Summary

Amber Alert Issued In New York City After Child Abducted

An Amber Alert has been issued after a child was abducted in New York City. The child is a female who is 3-years-old and was reportedly taken around noon in East Harlem, according to CBS New York. Police are looking for Patrick Giblin who they believe is connected to the case. Show More Summary

Hot NYPD Officer Gets Down With Marcher At New York's Pride Parade! Watch The Video Here!

On Sunday, an NYPD officer gave a whole new meaning to "New York's Finest" during New York's pride parade! The hot police officer was on duty when the pride spirit momentarily took over, and he started dancing with parade marcher Aaron Santis! [ Related: This 8-Year-Old Boy Crushed It At The New York Pride Parade ] Paige Ponzeka [...]

Police: Man Who Took 300-Mile Cab Ride Jailed Because He Couldn’t Pay $749 Fare

Can you take a cab on a cross-state ride? Sure. But you better be able to pay for it when you reach your destination, or you could face jail. One New York man found that out the hard way, after police say he didn’t have the money to pay his cab driver after a 700-mile journey. Police in Pennsylvania say … [More]

Istanbul’s Gay Pride Parade Broken Up by Police

Over the weekend, thousands of jubilant marchers poured onto the streets of many major cities, including San Francisco, New York, and London, to celebrate pride month and the Supreme Court’s recent legalization of same-sex marriage throughout the United States. Show More Summary

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