One of the law professors named to an advisory council in connection with the independent federal monitor of the police department's stop and frisk strategy says she laughed out loud when she saw today's New York Post story which dubbed the panel a bunch of "clowns."
In an unusual public push-back at Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, the city's police officers union ran an ad in today's Daily News, attacking the department for pressuring officers to hit quotas and then punishing them if their tickets are tossed from traffic court. "Don't blame the cop," the Patrol ... More >>
Mayor Bloomberg must have quite a sense of humor for saying today that the NYPD "does not have quotas," in response to the PBA ad published in this morning's Daily News. He must be joking to take that position after what's happened over the past two years: the dozen or so police officers who have ... More >>
Perusers of eBay may from time to time find an auction of cards signifying membership in the New York City Patrolmen's Benevolent Association. No seller seems to be stupid enough to say the cards are for getting special treatment from the police, and some offer warnings like, "These cards sh ... More >>
How the NYPD's blackly grim stop-and-frisk numbers got whitewashed
Bad boys on the job, bad boys on the job; whatcha gonna do when they won't pay you? Go to arbitration.
Irked by a newpaper's coverage, the PBA tries a little "razzle dazzle" of its own
The frightening link between the 9-11 toxic cloud and cancer
Neri, still without badge, has job of advising cops on future shootings
Still under investigation, Neri now has paid job of advising cops on future shootings
Police and fire unions may force President Bush to cross a picket line
Notes From the Underground
City Promises No Driverless Trains, but Sets Track for Automatic Subway
Inside New Yorks Megabuck Lovefest With Automation
Subway Surfers Risk Their Lives Atop the Citys Trains. Only Mad Fools Take the Dare. Only the Lucky Survive.