NYPD Officer Who Brandished Gun at BLM Protesters Avoids a Trial
The City declined to represent the officer, but taxpayers are still on the hook for his bill.
NYC Gives Arrested Legal Observers a Check and a ‘Middle Finger’ to Make Their NYPD Lawsuit Go Away
The NYPD's behavior in Mott Haven was condemned in a lengthy Human Rights Watch report as a violation of constitutional rights and international human rights law.
NYC’s Highest-Paid Corrections Captain Transferred Back to Rikers Island After Hell Gate Report
After lucrative freelance law-enforcement work, NYC’s highest-paid correction captain is back at work in NYC's chronically understaffed jails.
‘Eager Beaver’: For Highest-Paid NYC Correction Captain, There’s Plenty of Work Outside Rikers
Violence in NYC jails recently hit all-time record highs. Why is the Correction Department's highest-paid captain moonlighting for the federal government?
Breathe Easy, the NYPD and MTA Have at Last Apprehended the Feared Subway Saxophone Robot Animals Guy
The epitome of a life-affirming subway performer was allegedly obstructing pedestrian flow at Herald Square.
Scenes From a Militarized NYPD Funeral in Carroll Gardens
"He was a full-fledged conspiracy theorist. That's okay. Our love for Captain Scholl was unconditional."
Good Luck Trying to Hold New York Prosecutors Who Have Sent Innocent People to Prison Accountable
Public officials went to unconstitutional lengths to silence people talking about prosecutorial misconduct, a federal court found this week.
Queens DA Drops Murder Charges Against Prakash Churaman
“I feel free. No doubt, no uncertainty, there’s nothing hanging over me. I finally feel free.”
Public Advocate to NYPD: So You Broke a Grandmother’s Arm While She Was Trying to Get Paperwork For Her Glucose Monitor?
After Hell Gate’s reporting, Jumaane Williams has some questions for the police.