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NYPD Officers Stop on Way to Work to Save Suicidal Woman

July 24, 2015
As their vehicle approached Patchogue Holbrook Road, the officers both noticed a young woman climbing onto the railing of the overpass. The officers quickly stopped, identified themselves, and engaged her in conversation. As one officer continued speaking with her, another stopped a passing vehicle and told the occupants to call 911.

Facebook Loses Appeal on New York Search Warrants

July 22, 2015
A New York state appeals court ruled on Tuesday that Facebook had no legal standing to challenge search warrants on behalf of its customers.

Occupy Protester Gets $50K Settlement for Pepper Spraying by NYPD Officer

July 21, 2015
An NYPD deputy inspector's notorious pepper-spraying of Occupy Wall Street protesters in 2011 has resulted in an additional $50,001 settlement.

Black Police Applicant Frustrated by NYPD's Opaque Hiring Process

July 20, 2015
Mr. Douglas, who does not have a criminal record, passed the police officer exam in 2011. He went through orientation and started undergoing the required background checks in 2013. Then, the process stopped cold. No emails. No calls. No explanations. Silence. For a year and a half.

New York Cop Killer Gets Life Without Parole

July 17, 2015
Johnson, 39, has lived a life of crime and was a parole absconder when he fatally shot Rochester Officer Daryl Pierson.

States Use Facial Recognition Technology to Address Driver's License Fraud

July 16, 2015
States increasingly are foiling crooks and scam artists by employing facial recognition software. The software uses algorithms of facial characteristics to compare driver's license or ID photos with other DMV images on file.

Union Chief Blasts NYPD Settlement of Garner Suit

July 14, 2015
The head of the Sergeants Benevolent Association on Monday night slammed the city’s record-breaking $5.9 million settlement with the family of police chokehold victim Eric Garner as “obscene” and “shameful.”

NYPD Settles with Eric Garner's Estate for $5.9 Million

July 14, 2015
"Following a judicious review of the claim and facts of this case, my office was able to reach a settlement with the estate of Eric Garner that is in the best interests of all parties," said New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer, whose office is charged with settling claims against the city.

NYPD Sergeant Suspended After Allegedly Throwing Semen on Co-Worker

July 10, 2015
An NYPD sergeant has been suspended after a co-worker claimed he threw semen on her inside of police headquarters.

NYPD Officers Save Anti-Police Flag-Burners from Angry Bikers

July 2, 2015
The anarchists had announced on social media that they had planned to burn the flag in protest of NYPD policies, drawing a large group of flag-waving counterprotesters, including the bikers.

Video: Footage of NYPD Officer Dancing at Gay Pride Parade Goes Viral

June 30, 2015
A 12-second clip shows what appears to be an NYPD officer backing it up and shaking what his mama gave him with a man who was marching in the parade.

Heads Rolling Over New York Prison Break

June 30, 2015
The New York State Department of Corrections is replacing 12 prison employees, including the prison’s superintendent Steven Racette and deputy superintendent Stephen Brown. Racette was seen in a photo with Gov. Andrew Cuomo on June 6, when the daring prison break was discovered.

Why It Was Legal for New York Trooper to Shoot Fleeing, Unarmed Escapee

June 30, 2015
State and federal law allows the use of deadly force to prevent an escape if the officer believes the suspect poses a significant threat. Law enforcement experts say this shooting was clear-cut.

Footage of NYPD Officer Dancing at Gay Pride Parade Goes Viral

June 30, 2015

A 12-second clip shows what appears to be an NYPD officer backing it up and shaking what his mama gave him with a man who was marching in the parade. More Here.

How the New York Prison Escapee Manhunt Came to a Successful End

June 29, 2015

A three-week manhunt for two escaped prisoners, called a "nightmare" by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, came to a violent end this weekend when one inmate was shot and killed Friday and another was shot and apprehended Sunday. More Here.

FBI Investigating Corruption at New York Prison Where Murderers Escaped

June 29, 2015
Some employees interviewed have told investigators about heroin use among prisoners, and the role of employees in the drug trade.

Video: How the New York Prison Escapee Manhunt Came to a Successful End

June 29, 2015
A three-week manhunt for two escaped prisoners, called a "nightmare" by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, came to a violent end this weekend when one inmate was shot and killed Friday and another was shot and apprehended Sunday.

New York Trooper Hailed as Hero for Capturing Escaped Cop Killer

June 29, 2015
Sgt. Jay Cook, a 21-year veteran state trooper and firearms instructor, was hailed a “hero” by Gov. Cuomo, after he single-handedly confronted escaped cop-killer Sweat on a desolate road and shot him twice in the torso as the fugitive made a run for the woods.

Escaped Cop Killer Sweat Shot and Captured in New York

June 28, 2015
Police have captured convicted murderer David Sweat, who escaped from a maximum security prison in upstate New York more than three weeks ago.

NYPD Plans to Hire 1,300 Officers

June 23, 2015
Increasing the size of the force had been a top priority of the City Council speaker, Melissa Mark-Viverito, and the notion was endorsed by Mr. de Blasio’s police commissioner, William J. Bratton. But the move has been opposed by some advocates for criminal justice reform, and it is expected to add at least $100 million to the city’s budget, the New York Times reports.
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