A coalition of New York city and state lawmakers is in Washington Thursday to voice concerns about the NYPD’s controversial stop and frisk policy.
The New York Civil Liberties Union is suing the NYPD to try to get Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly's schedules over the past several years.
The New York Police Department is honoring the officers who died in the Sept. 11 attack, or after working on the toxic pile of rubble.
As the city prepares for the annual Dominican Day Parade on Sunday, lawmakers are urging parade-goers to keep celebrations tame.
During the Sept. 11 terror attacks, firefighters couldn't communicate well with their commanders. Police on the scene couldn't hear orders from their superiors. And none of the agencies responding could talk to each other.
Efforts are underway to turn around a Bronx community troubled by drugs. Morris Heights welcomed the PAL Play Street Program to their Roland Patterson School with a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday.
The number of civilian complaints made against the New York City Police Department decreased by 15% between 2009 and 2010, with 7,660 complaints in 2009 and 6,476 in 2010.
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