Omar EdwardsWhen Desmond Robinson heard that white police officers had shot a black off-duty officer in Harlem, he woke his son and told him about it.The shooting of Officer Omar Edwards last night took Robinson all the way back to Aug. 22, 1994 when he was a black police officer, with 10 years on t ... 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 >>
The mayor boasts about bolstering the CCRB—while slashing its budget
In this proudly cosmopolitan city, the NYPD and its leader are far from color-blind
CompStat might not count a February 29th murder, but the neighborhood does
So why are they stocking up on stun guns?
Two probable mayoral candidates have some unfinished business about school thugs
How the NYPD's blackly grim stop-and-frisk numbers got whitewashed
A new watchdog will have to confront a broken cop-complaint system
Bad boys on the job, bad boys on the job; whatcha gonna do when they won't pay you? Go to arbitration.
Will Bloomberg run on his record of bullying schoolchildren and teachers?
DEA's NYC Office Shares Its Cash Stash with a Michigan Burg
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?
The Nightlife Summit didn't solve every club owner's problems, but it's an overdue start
Money woes, time limits mean more NYPD misconduct will go unpunished
The state's highest court ruled today that New York City's Police Commissioner has total authority over disciplinary rules and doesn't have to bargain over them in talks with the cop unions. In simple terms, this ends the long fight over the 48-hour rule. The rule granted cops two days to talk to a ... More >>
NYPD on filming protests: No harm, no foul
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly's Discipline Dilemma
Crime-stat revelation: 'Lost property' reports mysteriously soar
While Bloomberg boasts of crime drop, the hospitals' work on assault victims is booming
NY police department's crime stats and the art of manipulation
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
A look inside the NYPD's secret "Hiphop Task Force"
Brooklyn D.A. Accused of Failing to Indict Cops Who Kill
Rescuing Protest Before Bush '04
Sick Cops Claim the Department is Dodging the Law to Deny Them Benefits
The Wrong Charges, the Right Decision
NYPD 'Deep Throat' Alerted Black Cops to Surveillance
Police Here Adopt Ethnic Profiling Their Western Counterparts Reject
But How Black Is Mark Green?
Warring Louima Lawyers Tie Up Cop Torture Victims Money
Green Sidesteps Bratton's Misconduct Record, Garners Supercop's Support
Activists, Wary of Bush, Say Black Federal Prosecutor Helped Give NYPD a Reprieve
For Years, Former Cop Gloria Gonzalez Complained That a Spurned Bronx Lieutenant and His Buddies Harassed and Retaliated Against Her for Not Playing the Game. Now a Judge Says She Has the Right to Sue Them.
A Cop: People Are Tired of Being Harassed
What the NYPD Did Not Reveal About Former Chief Louis Anemone
Diallo Speaks to Serpico
Cops in Danger from Other Cops
Schwarz May Be the Fall Guy
A Black Cop Tries To Break the Code of Silence in New Jersey
The families of police-brutality victims build a movement
White Pols and Press Tread Lightly on Rudy Role in Cop Brutality