Gail Lawrence was prosecuted for telling the truth about a Palisades cop
After the arrest of a City Councilman, isn't it time to question the NYPD's crooked math?
In more reaction to the Voice's "NYPD Tapes" series (part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5), an influential criminal justice professor at John Jay College is saying that the recordings made in a Brooklyn precinct expose a "bullying and toxic environment," in the city's police precincts, nega ... More >>
A permanent, independent prosecutor to handle police crimes
The Operation Lucky Bag subway stings were a bust, but now they're back
A new watchdog will have to confront a broken cop-complaint system
What a week: Badge-wearers who kill get indicted; and a nut job blows away two aspiring flatfoots
NYPD gunfire goes up while crime goes down. What gives?