The city of New York is on the verge of settling a class action lawsuit brought on by protesters who were detained by "kettling" from officers of the New York Police Department at a George Floyd protest in the Bronx in 2020.
After a brutal robbery at a jewelry store in Queens last week, the NYPD is asking that businesses consider asking patrons to unmask when entering establishments. They suggested this because its harder for them to identify potential suspects in crimes.
A new report gathering data from compiled from all of the traffic stops conducted by the New York Police Department last year showed that over 90% of those drivers detained were Black and Latino. The news has caused alarm to observers and researchers, who noted that it matched the same amount estimated during the department's "stop-and-frisk" era in 2011.
The family of Malcolm X gathered on the anniversary of his death to announce a $100M lawsuit against the CIA, FBI & NYPD.
NYPD is suspending an officer for getting into an altercation with a young Black Staten Island girl, prompting the mayor to respond as well.
Trey Songz voluntarily turned himself over to the New York Police Department in response to allegations of assault at a bowling alley in the city last month. The singer was booked, and given a desk appearance ticket before being released. Songz is accused of punching a woman repeatedly and dragging her by the hair, and punching another man in the eye.
A sergeant with the New York Police Department was docked vacation days as part of her suspension for sporting patches in support of Donald Trump at a protest last year. The punishment was revealed in a new disciplinary report.
Trey Songz is facing yet another allegation of violence against a woman, this time from an employee at a bowling alley in NYC. The complaint filed in late October claims that Songz attacked her in the bathroom in the venue, causing her visible, minor injuries. An NYPD spokesperson did confirm that an investigation is taking place.
The New York City criminal system is trying to right their wrongs. The District Attorney is set to throw out 188 cases tied to bad cops.
Former NYPD officer Thomas Webster received the stiffest sentence to be handed to a rioter from the January 6th insurrection at the U. S. Capitol. Webster was given a ten year prison sentence on Thursday in a D.C. courtroom.
A video showing an NYPD officer punching a woman to the ground in Harlem on Tuesday has gone viral, stirring outrage among members of the community and other activists. Tamani Crum, 19, is still in police custody as she was arrested for assaulting the officer in question prior to the punch.
Sorry stressed out New Yorkers but the streets ’bout to get a tad bit dry as police done confiscated a whole lotta work out in the Bronx.