Every year, the city’s Department of Investigation issues bold and critical recommendations intended to help city government function more effectively and efficiently, as part of its agency probes. But increasingly, and especially under Mayor Eric Adams, the department is being downsized, the scale and scope of its investigative insights is diminishing and some of its […]
A draft decision by an NYPD administrative judge argues a late filing by the Civilian Complaint Review Board meant misconduct charges against officers who killed the 32-year-old Bronx man are “moot.”
Acting Justice Rachel Freier won the party’s nod in a nominating process for judges that also saw accusations of misogyny, racism, bullying and antisemitism.
Judge Laura Taylor Swain will hear arguments Thursday for a Rikers takeover, informed by a report that finds ‘little progress’ on recommended reforms.
Accused of fatally striking a cop with her car in 2021, the suspect says $1.25 million bail is unfairly high.
Penny’s arraignment came 12 days after he killed Neely in a crowded subway car in Lower Manhattan.
The 31,000 people arraigned for felonies in New York each year have very different experiences in court than the former president.
Concealed carry rights could be put to the test as NYC authorities prepare for an expected indictment of the former president and any raucous response near a lower Manhattan courthouse.
When cases go cold, loved ones can feel left behind by law enforcement.
The DOJ released a report in the fall that knocked Access-A-Ride for untimely drop-offs and excessive travel times. Now, transit officials say customer satisfaction is up.