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Q&A: An NYPD Officer’s Real Talk on Garner Case
This man in blue lays the blame squarely at the feet of Ray Kelly.
Former NYPD Diver Sues Over Racial Harassment
A diver says he felt threatened.
NYPD Cars Got Into a Dramatic Crash While Responding to the Same Call
’s Keystone Kops moment.
With Bratton Pick for Top Cop, De Blasio Gets Conservative
It’s a choice meant to reassure the city’s nervous elites.
De Blasio Fills Three Top Posts — But Not Top Cop
Bill Bratton will just have to wait.
What’s the Reason You Love New York? #RTLNY
Post your reasons with the hashtag #
on Twitter and Instagram, and they might get published in the magazine.
Hefty Retired Cop Sues NYPD Over Slim Pension
Says the job, not his weight, caused heart condition.
Ray Kelly’s Complicated Legacy
Let’s revisit this matter in 2025.
Stop-and-Frisk Ruled Unconstitutional, But It Won’t Stop
will instead get a federal monitor to oversee the program.
The NYPD Is Getting an Inspector General, Says City Council
The bill has enough votes to override Bloomberg’s veto.
Justice Department Wants NYPD Monitor, If Stop-and-Frisk Is Wrong
They don’t want to weigh it on the discrimination issue.
Alleged Fabricating Cop Apparently Not That Creative
Questionable confessions have similar language.
NYPD Says Stop-And-Frisk Complaints Rarely About Race
Commanders say profiling complaints just don’t come up.
Stop-and-Frisks on the Decline
But they will remain a major election-year issue.
NYPD’s Stop-and-Frisk Defense Is Extremely Unflattering to Cops
Brass suggests quotas elicit work.
Ray Kelly Denies Admitting Stop-and-Frisk Targets Minorities
Says state senator’s testimony is “absolutely, categorically untrue.”
NYPD Cops Now Have to Explain Their Stop-and-Frisks
Department memo requires more than just a “furtive movement.”
Whistle-blower Audio at NYPD Trial: Stop ‘Male Blacks, 14 to 20’
A commander makes stop-and-frisk targets explicit.
Quinn Says NYPD Inspector General Plan Can Override Veto
is less thrilled about new oversight.
Little Violence in Second Brooklyn Protest Over Police Shooting
More vigils and demonstrations planned this week.
Rocks, Bottles Hurled at Cops in Brooklyn After Shooting Victim’s Vigil
Things are tense in East Flatbush right now.
Some Cops Can’t Stop Acting Like Children on Their Radios
Keying the mic” sounds fun, but so childish.
Bronx Stop-And-Frisk Won’t Stop Quite Yet
Judge agrees it’s too complicated and costly to simply halt.
Cop Faces Prison After Alleged False Arrest
He faces ten felony charges.
Three Cops Wounded in Two Shootings an Hour Apart
Gunfire in the Bronx and Brooklyn.
City Lawsuits Cost New York $70 Per Person
The city could have bought everyone dinner for that price.
NYPD Busted for Barbecuing Behind Ray Kelly’s Back
Cops violated the fire code, failed to save a plate for their boss.
Cop Fights Crime With His Long Penis
What is this,
Bored to Death
Commissioner Kelly Fires Back at the Press
Says that the NYPD is under unfair “attack” from the AP.