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Surveillance Pic Shows Man Wanted In Chemical Attack On Woman In Queens

New York - The victim was getting into her car on Skillman Avenue when the suspect called out to her and then splashed her in the face with the unknown substance when she turned around, police said.Sources told CBS2 the victim of the attack is Alexandra Dyer, 59, the executive director of the Healing Arts Initiative. Show More Summary

Tips on surviving a shooter situation

2 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

In the wake of Vester Lee Flanagan’s deadly on-air shooting of Virginia TV journalists Alison Ward and Adam Parker and other recent U.S. gun massacres, the New York Police Department held a symposium for the press on the topic of “active shooters,” defined by the FBI as those who are...

New York City teacher arrested for flying drone at US Open stadium

3 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

A New York City public school teacher was arrested early on Friday on reckless endangerment and other charges after a drone he was operating crashed into the stands in a stadium where a U.S. Open tennis match was underway, police said. There were no spectators seated in the area at Louis Armstrong...

Trans Man Sues NYPD For Discrimination After Alleged Hate Crime

NEW YORK -- A transgender Manhattan man says the New York City Police Department repeatedly impeded his attempts to report an alleged hate crime, and has failed to arrest the man who allegedly threatened him and his family. Marlow White,...Show More Summary

Jill Freedman's gripping 1970s NYC documentary photography

4 hours agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

In the 1970s, documentary photographer Jill Freedman, now 75, embedded herself with New York City firefighters and police officers, capturing the grit, humor, and humanity of those individuals and others she encountered in her travels through the hidden narratives of Manhattan. Read the rest

Tips on Surviving a Shooter Situation

4 hours agoNews : Newsweek: US

The New York Police Department offered training after two Virginia journalists were killed.

Suffolk County Police Accused Of Tackling Citizens Videotaping Arrest Scene and Attempting To Delete His Videotape

7 hours agoNews : Jonathan Turley

There is another disturbing account of police reacting abusively to citizens attempting to videotape them in public in an Associated Press account out of Hauppauge, New York. Thomas Demint began filming police who were arresting two of his friends and allegedly body slammed their mother. Dement says that he was tackled by police who took […]

NYPD: Your Desk Won't Save You From a Shooter

Most mass shootings happen in the workplace and most of them are over before police get there, according to the New York City Police Department, so workers need to know how to react. The NYPD held a training session for members of the media yesterday in response to last week's...

Joe Budden Steering Clear Of Strip Clubs As Felony Assault, Robbery Case Heads To Court

New Jersey Rapper’s Lawyer Tries To Get Robbery, Assault Charges Tossed Love & Hip Hop New York alum Joe Budden has stayed out of strip clubs after he taunted police to come find him in one while on the run

NYPD: Teacher arrested after drone crashes at U.S. Open

A New York City teacher was arrested early Friday for allegedly crashing a drone into an empty section of seats at the U.S. Open, police said.

Drone Crashes Into US Open Stands

A drone buzzed over the court during a US Open match in New York City's Louis Armstrong Stadium last night and crashed into an empty section of seats. A US Tennis Association spokesman says no one was injured and the New York Police Department is "conducting an ongoing investigation." The...

Protesters Say Raid On Rentboy Escort Site Puts People At Risk

22 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

NEW YORK -- A crowd gathered outside the federal courthouse in Brooklyn on Thursday to protest last week's government raid on a gay escort website, a crackdown that sex workers and LGBT activists have likened to the police raids on gay bars and bathhouses of the 1970s. Show More Summary

NYC Officers Sue Police Commissioner William Bratton for Discrimination

New York City officers alleged they were forced to fulfill their quotas in minority communities, ultimately unfairly targeting African American and Latino residents of New York.

This Summer Was the Safest New York Has Seen in Decades, NYPD Says

The NYPD announced on Wednesday that this summer was the safest New York City has seen in years, according to its data. From June 1 to August 31 there were 82 murders and 345 shootings. Police officers arrested 41,000 fewer people. Commissioner Bill Bratton said on Morning Joe Tuesday, "Ironically, New... More »

Police hunt for suspects in death of man punched in head in Brooklyn

New York - A 42-year-old man was punched in the head and hit the ground hard during a brutal beatdown in Brooklyn, police said Wednesday.Jose Guzman, who lived just down the block, was knocked over by the jab during a fight on Gates Ave. Show More Summary

Simone Missick Cast in Female Lead for Netflix’s ‘Luke Cage’

Luke Cage will have help from a woman with a bionic arm. Simone Missick is reportedly got the younger female lead role in the upcoming Netflix’s Marvel series of “Luke Cage.” She will play Misty Knight, a former New York police officer who gets a cool bionic arm from Tony Stark after losing it during a bomb attack. Show More Summary

Police Officers and Other New York City Agencies Visit Homeless Encampments

yesterdayNews : NYTimes: News

Police Commissioner William J. Bratton discusses the measures the city has taken to address a rise in homelessness.

NY Police Still Target Minorities Despite Implemented Reforms - Activists

Minorities remain the target of unjust policing despite the implementation of reforms meant to end discriminatory practices and the use of quotas within the New York City Police Department (NYPD), Justice Committee Co-Director Loyda Colon told Sputnik.

20 Months Of Bratton And De Blasio's NYPD

The man referred to as "the finest police leader in America" by New York City mayor Bill de Blasio kicked off the month of September by highlighting the 50 year old ideas of Daniel Patrick Moynihan to help explain crime as a product of the Black family structure. Show More Summary

New York Times: Murder Spike May Be Caused by 'Repeat Offenders'

From the New York Times: In New York, killings have increased by about 9 percent, to 208 through mid-August from 190 a year earlier. Homicides in Chicago are up about 20 percent over the same period a year ago. The police superintendent in Chicago, Garry McCarthy, said he thought an abundance of guns was a major factor in his city’s homicide spike. Show More Summary

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