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NYC Pays $7 Million To Settle Federal Suit In Sean Bell Shooting

July 28, 2010
The city will pay $3.25 million to the children of Bell's fiance Nicole and $3.9 million to two of Bell's friends who were injured in the shooting. Joseph Guzman will receive $3 million and Trent Benefield will receive $900,000.

NYPD Will Continue Stop-and-Frisk Intel Records, on Paper

July 22, 2010
NYPD officers can no longer keep a giant electronic library of everyone they stop on the street - but officers can still collect names the old-fashioned way on paper, a new NYPD memo says.

Gov. Paterson Signs Law Forcing NYPD to Erase "Stop and Frisk" Database

July 16, 2010
Gov. Paterson Friday signed into law the controversial stop and frisk legislation that forces the NYPD to delete the names of people questioned - but not arrested - from its electronic database.

Reputed Mob Boss Charged with 1997 Cop Killing

July 15, 2010
Former Colombo crime boss Thomas (Tommy Shots) Gioeli, 57, passed on the order from then-consigliere Joel (Joe Waverly) Cacace to underlings to gun down the cop because he had married Cacace's ex-wife, the feds say.

No Jail Time for Former NYPD Officer Who Lied About Bicyclist Confrontation

July 14, 2010
Patrick Pogan had been facing up to four years in prison. The officer won't be allowed to rejoin the department, because he's been convicted of a felony.

NYPD Officer Saves His Sergeant's Life by Defying Her Orders

July 7, 2010
NYPD Officer James Atkins disobeyed a direct order from his sergeant - and it saved her life. Sgt. Grevirlene Kersellius, 42, was recovering from a brain aneurysm at Roosevelt Hospital on Tuesday, her prognosis good, because Atkins insisted on rushing her to the hospital when she complained of a bad headache.

Widows Traumatized Twice By N.Y. Cop Killer's Appeal

July 1, 2010
After the death penalty was imposed and he was being led from a courtroom for what seemed the last time, Ronell Wilson turned to the grieving loved ones of the two detectives he had murdered in coldest blood. This loathsome mutt made the only gesture of contempt he could manage in handcuffs. He stuck out his tongue.

Four of NYC's Finest Honored at Tony Awards

June 14, 2010
NYPD's Jason Mandra, Don Schroeder, Andy Lopez, and Bekim Kalicovic were among the Tony honorees on Sunday when the annual theater awards were presented.

Officer Who Made Case Against Suspected N.J. Terrorists Part of NYPD's Secret Unit

June 8, 2010
The young police officer credited with making the case against two New Jersey men nabbed on their way to Somalia to wage violent jihad is the latest example of the department's use of a special cadre of undercover officers to observe - and infiltrate - extremist groups in the Muslim community.

NYPD Undercover Officer's Investigation Resulted In Arrests of NJ Jihadists

June 6, 2010
The lengthy investigation of an undercover New York Police Department officer produced recorded conversations that led to the arrests Saturday of two New Jersey men who plotted to kill American soldiers.

Civil Liberties Union Challenges NYPD's Stop-and-Frisk Database

May 26, 2010
The NYPD now uses a program known as "stop and frisk," where officers input the data of subjects into a department database. The department has said the database has been an invaluable tool for detectives.

NYPD Detective Arrested for Sexual Misconduct

May 19, 2010
Oscar Sandino, 37, is accused of violating the civil rights of several female arrestees and a relative of an arrestee.

NYPD Cop's Secret Audio Recordings Reveal Crime Report Manipulation

May 8, 2010
The audio recordings are from eight-year NYPD officer Adrian Schoolcraft, who had spoken out in February about manipulation of crime reports in the 81st Precinct.

Decade of Bad Busts by Authorities Costs New York City $305 Million

May 6, 2010
New York City has shelled out $305 million in the last 10 years to settle claims of false arrest, wrongful conviction and excessive force by cops, the Daily News has learned.

Car-Buff NYPD Detective Helped Break Times Square Bomb Case

May 6, 2010
The son of a mechanic and a proud "car guy," Det. John Wright located the first and most important link in the complex chain that led to the bombing suspect: the vehicle identification number on the Nissan Pathfinder parked on W. 45th St.

NYC Mayor Announces $110 Million for Midtown Video Surveillance

May 3, 2010
The cameras would give the NYPD extended coverage between 30th and 60th streets and from the East River to the Hudson River. A surveillance system is now in place in Lower Manhattan.

NYPD Doesn't Rule Out 'South Park' Connection to Car Bomb

May 3, 2010
Several radical Muslim groups called for retribution against the creators of a recent episode that parodied the Islamic prophet, Muhammad.

Surveillance Footage Shows Person of Interest In Times Square Bomb Case

May 3, 2010
The footage, which is shot from a vantage point inside a nearby restaurant, shows a slender, balding man removing a garment near what appears to be a piece of luggage.

Times Square Evacuated After Police Find 'Amateurish' Bomb In SUV

May 2, 2010
The NYPD's bomb squad, wearing protective gear, broke into the vehicle and discovered an "amateurish" explosive device that had malfunctioned.

Ex-Cop Convicted of Lying About Cyclist Confrontation

April 30, 2010
A jury has returned a guilty verdict against a former rookie officer seen on videotape knocking a cyclist down during the Critical Mass protest in New York City.
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