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.
Cops say they spotted a small bag of heroin but the case was dropped. Now a lawsuit is seeking justice — and compensation.
NYPD Has Yet to Review ‘Racist, Misogynistic’ Deputy Inspector’s Cases, Two Years After He Was Fired
Despite a law passed by City Council ordering the NYPD to evaluate the work of its Equal Employment Opportunity Division, no assessment has been done.
Penny’s arraignment came 12 days after he killed Neely in a crowded subway car in Lower Manhattan.
Video Showed an Officer Trying to Stop His Partner From Killing a Man. Now We Know Police Investigators Never Even Asked About the Footage.
We obtained the NYPD’s full investigation into the killing of Kawaski Trawick, including documents and audio of interviews with the officers. The records provide a rare window into how exactly a police department examines its own after a shooting.
Civilian Complaint Review Board interim chair Arva Rice said Wednesday that a new unit launched in October to investigate racial profiling and police bias won’t have enough funds to operate past June under the mayor’s proposed budget.
Westchester DA Moves To Vacate 26 Convictions Following Release of Police Whistleblower’s Secret Recordings
DA Mimi Rocah’s investigation was triggered by a 2020 Gothamist series unearthing allegations of rampant police corruption in Mount Vernon, New York.
As New Yorkers across the city react to Jordan Neely’s killing — with vigils and protests — FAQ NYC co-hosts Christina Greer and Katie Honan discuss the NYPD and Mayor Eric Adams’ response.
Publishing data about 1,575 of NYC schools meant combining data from two city agencies. Here’s how we did it.
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.’
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Jeffrey Maddrey overrode a Brooklyn police sergeant’s decision to book a former colleague who pursued three boys in Brownsville — with his firearm drawn, they say.
Civilian Complaint Review Board determined that Chief of Department Jeffrey Maddrey committed misconduct when he intervened in the 2021 arrest of a retired cop who had chased three boys in Brownsville.
Trawick’s parents and supporters are calling for the termination of officers Brendan Thompson and Herbert Davis — as has happened to only one officer, based on a probe by the Civilian Complaint Review Board, since 2012.
Public Advocate Jumaane Williams on Monday became the only elected official to validate the three boys’ claims that ex-cop Kruythoff Forrester chased them for seven minutes and pointed a gun at them in Nov. 2021.
Retired officer Kruythoff Forrester was arrested and sprung within hours after NYPD Chief Jeffrey Maddrey showed up at the precinct. The three boys Forrester chased say they’ve felt like no one in power has believed them.
The New York City Police Foundation has steered millions of dollars raised by powerful New Yorkers to back sometimes controversial law enforcement projects.
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.
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