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In interview, stop-and-frisk judge claims victories

15 hours agoNews / Crime : Crimesider

The judge who oversaw three John "Junior" Gotti trials and a controversial case challenging New York Police Department policies speaks out

Cops Study Art History to Become Better Observers

2 days agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

(Photo: Sam Hodgson/New York Times) Amy E. Herman is an expert on visual perception. She teaches people how to observe things and gain information from them. This is an essential skill for police officers, so she frequently trains cops how to be better observers by taking them to art museums. Show More Summary

Authorities Raid Walgreens in Search of Clues in Prince’s Death

Police reportedly served a search warrant on the local drug store where late singer Prince was seen several times in the days before his death, reports the New York Daily News.

NYC police say white powder found at Trump Tower is harmless

3 days agoNews : The Raw Story

The New York City Police Department said on Thursday a white powder substance found inside Trump Tower in Midtown Manhattan was harmless. Five civilians and a police officer were isolated and evaluated by emergency personnel after authorities responded to the location for a report of a suspicious...

NYPD tries mannequins instead of milk cartons to find missing boy

The New York Police Department and BBDO New York are taking the search for missing persons beyond the milk carton. In a project called "Invisible Faces," the face of a boy who disappeared six years... To view the full story, click the title link.

NYPD investigating report of ‘suspicious white powder’ at Trump Tower

4 days agoNews : The Raw Story

New York City firefighters and police said on Thursday they were investigating a report that a suspicious white powder substance was found inside Trump Tower in Midtown Manhattan. Five civilians and a police officer were isolated by emergency personnel and under evaluation after authorities...

Thank God They Arrested This Serial Butt-Slapper — Really, Though

4 days agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

Well, a story that developed this week makes for an interesting (but equally scary) police report. On April 23, a 17-year-old girl in upstate New York reported that while she was on a run, a man pulled over, followed her and "grabbed her buttocks," reports the Mid Hudson Valley Patch. ... More »

Suspicious powder found at Trump Tower in New York

4 days agoNews / Crime : Crimesider

Six people, including police officer, being monitored after white powder was found in the mailroom at Trump Tower in Midtown Manhattan

Woman pistol whipped during robbery

4 days agoNews / Crime : NYPost: Crime

A 43-year-old woman was pistol-whipped during a robbery in East New York on Thursday afternoon, police sources said. The woman, whose identity wasn’t immediately released, was hit in the head with the gun at 376 Montauk Ave. as two men tried to rob her, the sources said. She was rushed Brookdale Hospital in serious but...

CSI vets battle pet abuse

4 days agoNews / Crime : Crimesider

Forensic veterinarians work with the New York Police Department to capture evidence and punish animal abusers

New York wants police to scan smartphones after an accident to see who’s been texting and driving

New York legislators are proposing a bill to allow for police to use a device called the Textalyzer to analyze someone's mobile device after they are in an accident. This will tell them if the accident was caused by someone who was texting while driving.

Attorney General Says DA Broke The Law By Convening Grand Jury In Police-Involved Shooting Upstate

On April 17th, 37-year-old Edson Thevenin was fatally shot by a police officer in Troy, New York. He was driving at about 3:15 a.m. when the officer, Sergeant Randall French, attempted to pull him over, according to local authorities. Show More Summary

Will Newly Released Crime Scene Photos Help Solve Cold 1958 Murder Case?

4 days agoNews / Crime : Crime Feed

An unsolved murder from the 1950s still hangs heavy over residents in the small town of Eaton, New York. It’s a case that New York State Police believe they might still be able to solve today, however, with some help from the public. The post Will Newly Released Crime Scene Photos Help Solve Cold 1958 Murder Case? appeared first on CrimeFeed.

Anti-Muslim Extremist to Be Keynote Speaker at Central New York Police Expo

VERONA, N.Y. -- Tactical law enforcement officers from across the region will gather at the Turning Stone Resort and Casino next week to view the latest law enforcement equipment and receive training, but the expo's keynote speaker has...Show More Summary

'Textalyzer' Could Tell Cops Who Texts and Drives

When his son died following a car accident in New York state in 2011—he was a passenger in a vehicle that "drifted over the yellow line" and collided with another—Ben Lieberman was amazed that police didn't review the driver's cellphone records. The driver said he fell asleep at...

Village Mayor Arrested for Stealing 111 Road Signs

Frank Moracco. (Photo: New York State Police) Frank Moracco has a LinkedIn page, like many working Americans. He has two jobs: mayor of Frankfort, New York, and sign shop supervisor at the state Department of Transportation. Those jobs...Show More Summary

NYPD Cop Stomps On Man’s Head Like He Was A ‘Roach’

The trial for a New York Police Department Officer accused of stomping on a man’s head while trying to arrest him began on Tuesday, April 26. Also in BK Supreme today, bench trial for NYPD Officer Joel Edouard accused of stomping on the head of a cuffed suspect. Show More Summary

Man who appeared on stage with Trump is convicted felon

NEW YORK (AP) — A man who appeared on stage in New York with Donald Trump wearing a hat suggesting he was a retired police officer is actually a convicted felon who never served in law enforcement. The NYVPA president says he knew of Javino's record but allowed him to wear the group's hat because he's been a law enforcement supporter.

Lesbian Activist Told “If You Keep This Up I’ll Kill You,” Police Say No Crime Committed

last weekLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

An LGBT activist in upstate New York was confronted with a note that threatened "keep it up and I will kill you."

Family of Tamir Rice Will Receive $6 Million Settlement From Cleveland 

The family of Tamir Rice, a 12-year-old boy who was fatally shot by a white Cleveland, OH police officer in 2014, will receive $6 million from the city of Cleveland in a settlement, the New York Times reports. Under the terms of the settlement, which is still pending approval from a probate court, the city does not concede to wrongdoing. Read more...

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