While the Kings County squad has been hailed as a model, critics — and its leader — say the CRU can do better.
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.”
The Commission to Combat Police Corruption said that vehicle pursuits that cause harm should be treated the same as unjustifiable use of force.
Chief of Department Jeffrey Maddrey is facing a penalty for abuse of authority that would typically be meted out by the police commissioner. The case is going to a hearing instead.
DA Mimi Rocah’s investigation was triggered by a 2020 Gothamist series unearthing allegations of rampant police corruption in Mount Vernon, New York.
Data analysis by THE CITY shows that certain NYPD precincts have a higher proportion of inexperienced new police officers than others — and that officers tend to receive more complaints at the early stages of their careers.
The pop-up art show curated from a civil liberties perspective is about ‘29 million dreams deferred.’
A raft of proposals that progressive and anti-incarceration activists have been pushing for will likely have to wait until next year.
An interim IG has released just one report on the city’s police department this year, as staff shortages render a city oversight body toothless.
Here are some tips New Yorkers should know about getting video of the police behaving badly.