Democratic primary winner Bill de Blasio met last Wednesday with Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly, in what was probably a pretty interesting conversation. The meeting was scheduled for three hours, and said to be a primer on law enforcement issues that the next mayor may confront. (Republican prima ... More >>
Members of the NYPD's Queens Warrant Squad were spotted last week wearing T-shirts imprinted with a quote that some folks might find just a little bit offensive. A photo is at right. The quote reads, "There is no hunting like the hunting of man, and those who have hunted armed men long enough and l ... More >>
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly gets his annual $1,500 membership dues at the fancy Harvard Club paid for by the non-profit Police Foundation, Leonard Levitt's blog One Police Plaza Confidential is reporting. That alone is fairly controversial because regular street cops, as Levitt notes, aren ... More >>
The Times is reporting that Howard Safir, who served as New York City Police Commissioner from 1996 to 2000, drove away after backing his late model Escalade into a pregnant Bronx woman on the Upper East Side Friday. Safir was tracked down through his license number.
Police commissioner Ray Kelly has decided to eject reporters from police headquarters -- a move that ends decades of tradition and may be one of the most egregious assaults on freedom of the press and the First Amendment in years. In a letter dated April 10, Kelly told managing editors of the Times ... More >>
City's top cop keeps his celebrity badge bright and shiny. By Graham Rayman Police Commissioner Ray Kelly must have New York City's crime under control, because he certainly seems to have a lot of time to hobnob with celebrities. Today's Page Six notes that Kelly appeared at a Christmas Party th ... More >>
Old info: It didn't do any good before 9-11. It's no good as an excuse for the new terror alert.
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Police Here Adopt Ethnic Profiling Their Western Counterparts Reject
But How Black Is Mark Green?
Green Sidesteps Bratton's Misconduct Record, Garners Supercop's Support
Patakis Wannabe Cop Gets Nailed
Faced With a Powder Keg, Philly Cops Struck the Match
A Cop: People Are Tired of Being Harassed
Rudy, Race, and Religion in the Wake of Louima and Dorismond
New York Police Ponder Portable DNA Labs
Nervous Cops Pull Triggers
Undercover in New Yorks 'Compton East'
Behind the Alleged Political and Police Cover-Up in the Killing of Gidone Busch
Cops in Danger from Other Cops
Howard Safir I Am the Law!
The Police Only Saw He Was Black
Schwarz May Be the Fall Guy
When Vincent Curto was gunned down by police during a robbery nearly four years ago, no one wanted to hear his nephew's accusation that he was brutally assaulted as he lay dying. Until now.
A History of the Confrontational Politics That Led to the 'Assault' on Councilman Bill Perkins by the Bully Boys of The Million Youth March
Voice Reporter Flunks NYPD'S Shoot-Don't-Shoot Test
Forget About It! His Cop Record Is Worse Than His Capers
No Hunting is Like the Hunting of Man
Diallo Deconstructs Rudy's Racial Rule
Is 'Stone Cold Rudy' Down for the Count?
Mayor Taunts City and a Coalition Forms
The Mayor's Claims of Police Restraint Are All Sound Bite, No Substance
Giuliani's Knee-Jerk Cop Defense Is as Incendiary as It Is Inaccurate
Senseless shootings usher in new security measures for schools
A suspicious death in police custody and a comatose prisoner raise new charges of misconduct as Amnesty International blasts the NYPD
The Million Youth March leader breaks his silence about the violent end to his historic rally, the demands for his arrest, and life as a possible fugitive from Giuliani-style justice
Antigay Crime Is the Last Growth Sector
'We were penned in like animals.'
'Howard Safir Should Resign,' Says Serpico
A 'Typical, Spiteful, Get-Back-at-Them Attitude'
Why Were the Champions of Free Speech in New York Silent?
Three Plainclothes Cops Beat Her. Safir Says She Assaulted Them.