Albert Fox Cahn of the Surveillance Technology Oversight Project joins hosts Christina Greer and Harry Siegel to dig into the problems with automated enforcement, the perils in letting police collect too much data, and more. Subscribe to the FAQ NYC podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube or wherever podcasts are found.
Journalist Todd Maisel spent 40 years listening to police scanners, letting the scratchy radio sounds guide him to some of the biggest news stories in New York City. He’s sounding the alarm now over the NYPD’s plan to encrypt these radios — turning them off for everyone who isn’t in the police in a move […]
The Commission to Combat Police Corruption said that vehicle pursuits that cause harm should be treated the same as unjustifiable use of force.
The NYPD admitted to no wrongdoing as it shelled out taxpayer money to settle the matter.
A ghost gun hobbyist who’s fighting charges after building an arsenal in his apartment is hoping the data could help overturn some of the city’s remaining restrictions on guns possession.
Accused of fatally striking a cop with her car in 2021, the suspect says $1.25 million bail is unfairly high.
NYPD Chief of Patrol John Chell, appointed to the role under Mayor Adams, has been unapologetic about the aggressive new tactic.
Hosts Christina Greer and Harry Siegel talk about the new NYPD commish Eddie Caban, crime and corruption, and much more. Subscribe to the FAQ NYC podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube or wherever podcasts are found.
The first three months of 2023 saw an increase of nearly 600% in police vehicle pursuits, part of an effort to ratchet up “quality of life” enforcement.
When she did anyway, Keechant Sewell figured her days as top cop would end, but a spokesperson for City Hall denies the conversation with the mayor ever took place.