A black New York City police sergeant—who has 20 years of service, including 10 years working in the Police Department’s Risk Management Bureau—has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the department, alleging that he has been treated like a “rookie cop” ever since he pointed out racial disparities in the way…
A New York City woman has filed a lawsuit against a city cop she says sent her a string of inappropriate, lewd messages after arresting her.
A Brooklyn, N.Y., woman says that officers with the New York City Police Department held her hostage in her apartment for 10 hours while they conducted an investigation of her adult children.
What’s worse than cops who abuse their position to force a teenager to have sex and perform fellatio on them? That would be having those same two cops resort to victim-blaming in order to avoid an indictment as a result of their heinous acts.
Y’all, please come get the Sergeants Benevolent Association, please, because I do believe someone in public relations has lost his damn mind.
Looks like the New York City Police Department won’t be popping into Dunkin’ Donuts anytime soon after an apparent falling-out that started Friday when a worker at a Dunkin’ Donuts/Baskin-Robbins in Brooklyn allegedly refused to scoop ice cream for two 73rd Precinct detectives because they were cops.
New York City Police Sgt. Hugh Barry, who fatally shot a mentally ill Bronx woman, is arguing for a change in venue for his murder trial.
A Bronx, N.Y., teen got a house call from about 20 police officers Tuesday after he decided it would be a smart idea to blast an infamous N.W.A song out of his third-floor apartment window Tuesday as thousands gathered to mourn the death of Miosotis Familia, a New York City police officer who was shot and killed in an…
A New York City police officer was shot and killed early Wednesday morning while sitting in a marked patrol car by a man who was later killed by responding officers.
The Sergeants Benevolent Association has deemed it appropriate to start a GoFundMe account for a New York City police sergeant who has been charged with murder in the death of an elderly, mentally ill woman from New York’s Bronx borough.
Law-enforcement officials say that a New York City police sergeant was arrested Wednesday in the shooting death of an elderly, mentally ill woman inside her Bronx apartment in October.
The New York City Police Department is looking for the boyfriend of a city subway conductor who was found shot to death just one block away from her Brooklyn, N.Y., home Monday.
Shady is as shady does, and it turns out that undercover officers with the New York City Police Department embedded themselves so deeply into the lives of Black Lives Matter activists, they were able to gain access to text messages meant for a very limited audience.
Recently surfaced video shows two New York City police officers apparently taunting students from a Brooklyn high school, threatening them with a Taser as they walk down the street.
An officer with the New York City Police Department’s 76th Precinct is in hot water with her superiors after she reportedly replied to a department Twitter post with the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter.
The New York City Police Department is under fire after residents at Brooklyn’s Pink Houses accused officers of using a banned choke hold Monday on a teen who seemed to be having some type of seizure during the encounter.
Imagine there was a police department that sent video teams to record Black Lives Matter and Occupy protests hundreds of times over the course of a few years, going against specific department guidelines for when and how such operations are to take place, and when called and questioned on it, it reportedly refused to…
New York City police are looking into an incident in which an officer deployed a stun gun on a pregnant 17-year-old in the Bronx during a chaotic scene that was caught on camera.
A judge has ordered the New York City Police Department to disclose documents and video revealing the surveillance of Black Lives Matter protesters at the city’s Grand Central Terminal in 2014 and 2015.
A police officer shot and killed a mentally ill 66-year-old black woman in her Bronx, N.Y., apartment Tuesday night. The incident calls into question the New York City Police Department's use of force and the protocol that should be followed when dealing with "emotionally disturbed" people, The Atlantic reports.