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Even NYPD says Trump wrong on ‘Stop and Frisk’

The New York Police Department says Donald Trump doesn’t have his facts straight. …Trump claimed that the end of New York City’s stop-and-frisk policy led to a rise in murders, and Hillary Clinton claimed that a judge declared the policy unconstitutional. The New York City Police Department apparently took issue with both of these claims. [...]

Kitty Genovese's 50-Year-Old Murder Story Still Haunts New York City

In 1964, there were 636 murders in New York City. These included James Powell, a 15-year-old black boy whose killing by the New York Police Department precipitated a riot in Harlem. August Paino, a Boy Scout, was fatally stabbed in Brooklyn by gang members whom he was trying to recruit into his troop. Show More Summary

New York Tonight: A Fatal Blast in the Bronx, and a Bullet in Brooklyn

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What you need to know about the explosion in Kingsbridge, the police shooting in Bedford Stuyvesant and the George Washington Bridge saga.

Donald Trump claims stop-and-frisk had a 'very, very big impact' on New York City's crime rate — here's what the data really say

Donald Trump recently came out in full support of stop-and-frisk policing. And he used the first presidential debate on Monday night to hammer home his point. "[I]n New York City, stop-and-frisk, we had 2,200 murders, and stop-and-frisk brought it down to 500 murders," Trump said.  He continued:  "But we went from 2,200 to 500. Show More Summary

Yale Professor Hypes the Threat of Police Shootings Beyond All Reason

As academic essays go, this might be one of the most overwrought and alarmist pieces I’ve ever read. It’s in the New York Times, of course. Here’s African-American Yale professor Chris Lebron discussing his deepest fears: Iâ??m not sure how many days are left in my life. I am not suffering from a terminal disease. Show More Summary

About New York: What Donald Trump Got Wrong on Stop-and-Frisk

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In his debate with Hillary Clinton, Mr. Trump uttered elaborate fiction about a tactic still used by the New York Police Department.

‘Road Rage’ Cop who Fatally Shot Delrawn Small Fails to Make Bail

The New York Police officer who is facing murder charges after fatally shooing a civilian during an off-duty road-rage encounter is on his way to jail as he could not raise the $500,000 bail set by a judge Tuesday morning, the New York Post reports. According to the Post, the judge ruled 37-year-old Wayne Isaacs […]

Houston Police Officer Resigns After Video Of Him Physically Assaulting Homeless Man Leaks [Video]

A Houston-based police officer resigned from his duties on Monday after a two-week-old video of him ruthlessly assaulting a homeless man went public. As reported by the New York Daily News, Officer Jairus Warren handed in his resignation to Houston Metro Police Chief Vera Bumpers following the release of the visual that displays the violent... Show More Summary

Neither Trump, Clinton exactly right about stop-and- frisk

NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump says the police tactic known as stop-and-frisk led to a drop in murders in New York City, while Hillary Clinton says it has been ruled unconstitutional. The New York Police Department's use of stop-and-frisk,...Show More Summary

Man, 31, shot to death at East New York housing project

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A 31-year-old man was shot to death Tuesday morning in a Brooklyn housing project, police said.

Michael Stewart And The Struggle To End Police Violence in New York City

New York Police officer places a cordon around the entrance to the criminal courts building where demonstrators protested the acquittal of six transit police officers in the death of graffiti artist Michael Stewart. (Credit: Getty Images) Never forget. Show More Summary

Derrick Rose Investigation By LAPD Complicates The Rape Case

The investigation of Derrick Rose by the Los Angeles Police Department adds a twist to the NBA star’s rape case. The New York Knicks player had a different Media Day on Monday. Instead of getting an opportunity to talk about the training and the season ahead, he was inundated by rape case questions from reporters.... Show More Summary

Charles Ramsey, Philly’s Former Top Cop, Isn’t a Transparency Aficionado

Mr. Charles Ramsey in The New York Times advocated for transparency following police killings, while ignoring he did the opposite at the tail end of his career. The post Charles Ramsey, Philly’s Former Top Cop, Isn’t a Transparency Aficionado appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Andrew Cuomo and the Corruption of Albany

Andrew Cuomo, New York’s governor, can be grateful that the lowest moment of his tenure took place on a busy news day last week. While the nation was preoccupied with the Presidential election and the aftermath of a police shooting in...Show More Summary

Jill Stein Escorted From Hofstra Campus After Conducting Interview

Nassau County Police escorted Green Party Presidential Candidate Jill Stein off of Hofstra's campus in Hempstead, New York around 2:30 this afternoon, according to media reports and the candidate's twitter. A Nassau County police spokesperson...Show More Summary

Report: There is an Active Criminal Investigation into Derrick Rose Gang Rape Allegations

The Los Angeles Police Department have an open criminal investigation into New York Knicks point guard for the alleged gang rape of a woman in 2013. According to Deadspin, the LAPD have confirmed that Derrick Rose is under criminal investigation. The news comes just weeks after a Los Angeles judge ruled that Derrick Rose’s accuser […]

Off-Duty NYPD Cop who Fatally Shot Delrawn Small Charged with 2nd Degree Murder

The off-duty New York Police Department officer who shot and killed Delrawn Small in Brooklyn after an altercation sparked by road rage has been charged with second-degree murder, the New York Post reports. Wayne Isaacs is also facing charges of first-degree manslaughter, after being indicted by a Brooklyn by a Brooklyn grand jury, following a […]

LAPD is actively investigating Knicks star Derrick Rose over sexual assault allegations

A Los Angeles Police Department detective confirmed last week that New York Knicks guard Derrick Rose is the subject of an active criminal investigation over sexual assault allegations raised against Rose and two friends by a woman who is claiming the three men gang-raped her in 2013. The woman has filed a civil lawsuit against […]

Derrick Rose Investigation by LAPD: Latest Details, Findings and More

New York Knicks point guard Derrick Rose is under investigation by the Los Angeles Police Department for an alleged sexual assault that took place in 2013. Daniel Werly of the White Bronco obtained a letter from the LAPD that looked to "clarify any misconception" Rose was not under a criminal investigation. Show More Summary

The Best Sport Of The Early 1900s Involved Pushing Around An Elephant-Sized Ball

A police vs. firemen pushball game at the 1939 New York World's Fair. (Photo: New York Public Library/Public Domain) Imagine you're touring the shed of an early 20th-century sportsman. It's mostly standard stuff—tennis raquets and lacrosse sticks hang from hooks above the doorframe, and baseball bats lean against the walls. Show More Summary

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