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NYPD Chief Wrongfully Accuses a Judge Then Insists That the Lesson Here Is That the NYPD Is Trustworthy: A Play in Three Acts

The lesson? The NYPD should be entrusted with the fate of people's lives without benefit of a trial.

Can Top NYPD Officials Pick a Fight with Someone on Social Media and Then Delete the Posts?

What happens when public officials memory-hole their tweets?

February 23, 2024

Police Union’s Last-Ditch Effort to Scuttle NYPD Reforms Fails In Court

The NYPD has now entered into an agreement to change how it polices protests.

February 9, 2024

Why Didn’t the NYPD Let Me Complete My Prime Directive?

Eliminating human frailty from policing is not something we should be giving up on.

Police Union’s Surprise Weapon in Its Legal Battle to Block Protest Policing Reform? The Mayor

The Police Benevolent Association pushback against the 2020 George Floyd protests settlement has its day in court.

January 30, 2024

NYC’s Biggest Police Union Has Made a Huge Mess of the 2020 Protest Settlement

A court hearing Monday will help determine whether the Police Benevolent Association can play spoiler to reforms the NYPD has already agreed to.

January 26, 2024

The NYPD’s Assistant Commissioner Has Messy Cop Podcast Beef

Get to know Kaz Daughtry, the high-ranking civilian official in the police department, who appears to be letting some nepotism allegations get to him.

January 25, 2024