The former New York mayor wants us to believe he suddenly realized a program he defended for 17 years was unfair and unconstitutional.
Do you feel safer now?
New Yorkers Overwhelmingly Voted To Give a Civilian Oversight Board More Power To Investigate Lying Cops
Police unions are unhappy.
Green Angel CBD had the proper documentation for their shipment, but that didn't stop the New York cops.
Pantaleo's lawyer says it’s “arbitrary and capricious” to fire a cop for choking a guy over black market cigarettes.
The police union's attempt to punish the city for dismissing Daniel Pantaleo is instead showing the problem of overpolicing,
An internal disciplinary hearing found him guilty of recklessly causing physical injury.
"I can't breathe" became a rallying cry for activists opposing police brutality.
Chanters demand NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo's firing.
It's not politicians' fault that citizens don't respect them.
Wednesday marks five years since an officer’s deadly chokehold was captured on video.
The NYPD is 100 percent bias-free, NYPD investigators claim.
Bill de Blasio is running for president, and police unions are chasing him.
The NYPD failed to update its crime-tracking system—and underreported rape by 38 percent.
Kelling later disavowed the high-volume arrest programs that police departments justified using his theory.
An NYPD Superior Reacted to Eric Garner's Death by Texting 'Not a Big Deal.' And That's Completely Unsurprising.
For five years, the NYPD, its apologists, and even Mayor Bill de Blasio have absolved cops of their role in Eric Garner's death.
Five years later, Daniel Pantaleo faces administrative justice.
More than half of the 120 defendants in a notorious 2016 police raid were never even alleged to be gang members.
Groups have complained for years that the laws allowed police and prosecutors to selectively charge people carrying common pocket knives.
NYPD Banned Street Parking for Department Flag Football Championship, Says It 'Relocated' Violators' Cars
"This is a special event. This was the flag football championship," said NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill
The NYPD's largest union was dealt a defeat in its attempt to make body cam footage confidential, but it says it might appeal.
New York Police Killed Her Son, Then Refused to Answer Her Questions. The Law They're Hiding Behind Could Soon Be Repealed.
An obscure provision designed to protect personnel records makes it nearly impossible to hold the state's cops accountable.
Operation Lucky Bag targets people whose actions hurt absolutely no one.
It's safe to say this guy would not make a good president.
It's up to state lawmakers to defy the will of the unions to change the rules.
According to a witness, Jazmine Headley got in trouble for sitting on the floor of a government office because there were no seats available.
The Right to Know Act has good intentions, but supporters and opponents fear it will not work as intended.
It's pretty obvious that the 4'8" William Colon didn't pose a serious threat to any of the 8 cops on-scene.
Ilya Vett claims he was making the gun as a "gift" for his brother. But he was still arrested and charged with attempted criminal possession of a firearm.
An ex-NYPD detective allegedly used his knowledge of police procedure to keep the operation afloat.
The larger goal is to bring "the NYPD's stop-and-frisk policies and practices into compliance with federal and state law."
Four years later, they might actually fire somebody.
Police say a drunk, off-duty NYPD officer crashed his vehicle and punched a witness before attempting to flee the scene.
Can't bust some guy for smoking a joint on the stairs. What's the world coming to?
Not a good weekend for relationships between officers and citizens
Two of America's biggest states, New York and California, keep police misconduct info secret. That's starting to change.
Fatal shootings in Portland and Brooklyn demonstrate how fear pushes officers to escalate encounters.
In a case brought by two Muslim men seeking surveillance records on themselves, the court approves the NYPD's "neither confirm nor deny" response.
Suing to prevent such releases.
Officers could face charges for perjury, official misconduct