Lawyers for whistleblower cop Adrian Schoolcraft today served Queens District Attorney Richard Brown with a subpoena demanding that he give a videotaped deposition and turn over all documents related to Brown's finding that there was no criminal conduct when Schoolcraft was forcibly removed from his ... More >>
Queens District Attorney Richard Brown's announcement last week that neither the police nor Jamaica Hospital committed any crimes when NYPD Tapes whistleblower Adrian Schoolcraft was dragged from his apartment by police and involuntarily held in a psych ward raises a whole lot more questions than it ... More >>
The Queens District Attorney has scheduled a sit-down early next month with the police officer who was dragged by police to a psychiatric facility and held for six days, after reporting allegations of misconduct to NYPD investigators, the Voice has learned.
The meeting could be an indicatio ... More >>
Adrian Schoolcraft, the police officer forced into the Jamaica Hospital psychiatric ward by police three weeks after he reported misconduct to investigators, has won round 1 in his legal battle against the city.
Schoolcraft's saga was the subject a five-part Village Voice series published la ... More >>
It looks like Queens District Attorney Richard Brown is taking renewed interest at the events surrounding how the NYPD wound up forcing Officer Adrian Schoolcraft into the Jamaica Hospital psychiatric ward for six days back in late 2009.
Last week, Leonard Levitt, who writes an internet col ... More >>
A new set of recordings made in April and May in Brooklyn's 81st Precinct and obtained by the Voice capture the precinct's commanders and their mid-level bosses discussing how to pressure the rank-and-file to hit their quotas.
In the new recordings, the precinct commander lashes out at under ... More >>
In the wake of the Voice's "NYPD Tapes" series, police are investigating the conduct of a precinct commander and a deputy chief in connection with events at the 81st Precinct in Brooklyn, and the decisions that led a department whistle blower to be dragged from his home in handcuffs and place ... More >>