Cardi B took to Twitter Tuesday, accusing an NYPD officer of placing her in an illegal chokehold. The "Bodak Yellow" rapper has since deleted the tweets.
Colin Kaepernick‘s silent protest in 2016 began as a response to the uneven examples of how police of treated people of color in the country, sparking a debate most notably sustained by movements like Black Lives Matter. In support of Kaepernick’s goal and the speculation that NFL teams are refusing to hire the free-agent quarterback, […]
Police are known to love coffee and donuts. So it came with great surprise when they accused a Dunkin’ Donuts location of refusing to serve two officers who were on duty.
It seems that horseplay at the New York City Police Department differs vastly from what you would expect at a normal work environment. A former sergeant has been convicted of tossing semen at a female coworker.
Miosotis Familia, a 12-year veteran of the NYPD, was shot and killed earlier this morning (July 5) as she sat inside a mobile command unit vehicle in The Bronx. Officials from the force say that the attack was unprovoked and are framing it as an attack.
A judge has finalized a lawsuit ordering the NYPD to payout $75 million for writing nearly one million bogus summonses to reach quotas.
Murder charges have finally come down on NYPD Sgt. Hugh Barry for the 2016 shooting of a mentally ill woman named Deborah Danner in her Castle Hill apartment in the Bronx.
A group of former NYPD officers is facing charges of taking high-end bribes to speed up the process for approving gun licenses in the city. The retired officers, along with an assistant district attorney, accepted such gifts as prostitutes, trips to Mexico, meals and other gifts from their clientele.
The NYPD has finally taken an L thanks to the Atlanta Hawks small forward, Thabo Sefolosha. The New York Times is reporting that the city of New York has agreed to settle a federal lawsuit and pay the NBA player $4 million for a 2015 incident in which the five police officers used excessive force […]
The Black Lives Matter movement was sparked in protest of the alarming number of shooting deaths undertaken by police against Black people. Recently unsealed documents show that the NYPD was successful in going undercover and infiltrating the ranks of the group to the point of being included in internal discussions and text chain conversations.
Richard Haste, the NYPD police officer who shot and killed Bronx teen Ramarley Graham, quit the force before he could be terminated from the post. While Haste was never charged for the fatal 2012 shooting, he was found guilty last Friday in an NYPD disciplinary hearing and resigned on Sunday.